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Regenerative and Aesthetic Gynecology
Regenerative medicine and stem cell research are integral to the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Examples of conditions in need of regenerative therapies are urinary and fecal incontinence resulting from sphincter deficiency and pelvic organ prolapse. These conditions are prevalent in older women and greatly affect quality of life and represent colossal health costs. Recent years the use of PRP injections in aesthetic and regenerative gynecology is growing as new and validated protocols emerge with the accumulation of knowledge in the field of Regenerative medicine. PRP use in sexual dysfunction is considered to be a revolutionary new nonsurgical outpatient treatment that helps improve both urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction through using a woman’s own growth factors. PRP immediately activates tissue regeneration, and the enhancement in sexual response is dramatic.
Regenerative Medicine components has been used as a novel treatment of Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) a condition characterized by a premature decline of ovarian function occurring before the age of 40, has risen from 1% to nearly 2% in the last few decades.
Lichen sclerosus (LS) treatments with PRP has been shown a prominent results, as until now only daily application of an ultrapotent topical corticosteroid was used a treatment.
If you are interested to learn more do not hesitate to attend the Regenerative Gynecology Panel where world renown medical experts would share the advancements they have been applying at their practice.
A variety of therapies have evolved for erectile dysfunction (ED). The effectiveness of these methods varies by individual and are often used in conjunction with each other for optimal penile rehabilitation. While the advent of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is not new to medicine, there has been limited clinical data for its application in the field of sexual medicine, specifically in conjunction with other forms of ED therapy. Evidence suggests PRP promotes the body’s natural healing process and may help tissues in the penis better accept other therapies.
Non-obstructive azoospermia is a cause of male infertility and despite the advancement in gynecology it is still one of the most challenging conditions to treat. One of the possible treatments for this condition may be Platelet-Rich-Plasma (PRP) due to its well-known regenerative potential.
If you are interested to learn more do not hesitate to attend the Regenerative Urology Panel where world renown medical experts would share the advancements they have been applying at their practice.