Learn More About Platelet Rich Plasma for your IVF

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a method used in reproductive medicine to improve the quality of eggs, the conditions of your uterus, and the chances of success of your fertility treatment.


PRP has many applications in medicine due to its high concentration of platelets and growth factors. For this procedure, Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP, is used, a blood derivative that stimulates the body to regenerate tissues.

At Panama Fertility, we offer cutting-edge treatments to increase your chances of growing your family. Our clinic has achieved more than 10,000 successful pregnancies, and our success rates are 30% higher than the average for the region.

Read on to find out if ovarian rejuvenation is a good option for you.

What is Ovarian Rejuvenation with PRP?

Ovarian Rejuvenation, also known as ovarian regenerative therapy, is a simple procedure. First, we draw blood from the patient and process it to obtain PRP. We then inject the resulting PRP directly into the patient's ovaries. Once the procedure is completed, you will proceed to the monitoring phase to monitor the progress of your ovaries and follicles.

PRP in the ovaries stimulates blood circulation and cell rejuvenation, thus stimulating fertility naturally.

Endometrial PRP

In addition to Ovarian Rejuvenation, which stimulates the creation and maturation of eggs, PRP can be used in the endometrium in order to improve its blood circulation and promote its healthy growth so that an embryo can implant and thus improve the chances of a healthy pregnancy.

I’m considering fertility treatment. Do I need Platelet Rich Plasma treatment?

Platelet-rich plasma has a high concentration of growth factors that stimulate the activation of follicles that will eventually become eggs, so ovarian rejuvenation is especially effective for patients with low ovarian reserve.

Additionally, PRP (both ovarian and endometrial) is recommended for patients with:


  • Low egg quality
  • Low number of eggs
  • Poor response to IVF


  • Thin endometrium
  • Failed embryo transfer
  • Recurrent failed implantations
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Your dream of having a baby gets closer and closer

At Panama Fertility, our experts will evaluate your medical history and tests to determine if a PRP treatment will help you achieve pregnancy.

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