Gynecology

In gynecology, the PRP treatment is a very effective biological stimulus for the regeneration processes. Autologous plasma, administered in the mucous membranes of the cervical and vaginal area, triggers the development of capillaries, the normalization of blood supply, metabolism and nutrition of tissues – which leads to their accelerated recovery. It is essential that all components of the autologous plasma are perfectly natural to the patient; they are not mutagenic and do not cause oncological diseases and side effects.

In gynecology, the PRP treatment is used to treat inflammatory disorders of the genital organs, vulvar dystrophic diseases (kraurosis vulvae, leukoplakia), chronic endometritis and recurrent cervical infections (endocervicitis and exocervicitis). The method is a very effective biological stimulus for regeneration processes, the various tissues and mucous membranes being healed due to the platelet growth factors. The procedure ensures a safe therapeutic effect and reduces the length of treatment.

Injection Areas And Operating Mode

the mucous) or the vagina. The therapeutic effect of this procedure is based on the existence of growth factors in plasma, specifically in the platelets, that stimulate the regeneration of tissues and mucous membranes. Antibacterial, antiviral and antimycotic medications act only on the pathogen, without destroying the consequences of the inflammation caused by it.

Autologous plate-rich plasma obtained from centrifugation is injected into the mucous membranes of the cervical and vaginal area and provide a therapeutic effect: they trigger capillary development, normalization of blood supply, metabolism and nutrition of tissues – resulting in an accelerated recovery. It is essential that all components of the autologous plasma are perfectly natural to the patient; they are not mutagenic and do not cause oncological diseases and side effects.

At the doctor’s advice, the Plasmabiotech procedure can be combined with the Plasmogel method.

Indications in gynecology

  • Cervical diseases, erosion, ectopia
  • Chronic endometritis
  • Dystrophic diseases of the vulva (kraurosis vulvae, leukoplakia)
  • Endocervicitis and exocervicitis

Used in gynecology, PRP treatment helps:

  • Restoring the integrity of the cervix and vaginal mucous
  • Normalization of the menstrual cycle
  • Improving the tone of the pelvic muscles
  • Eliminating the discomfort experienced during sexual intercourse
  • Reducing the risk of relapses
  • Minimizing signs of post-surgical scars and stretch marks after pregnancy

We recommend combining PRP treatment with the following procedures:

  • Drug therapy
  • Massage
  • Ozone therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Reflexology
  • Therapeutic exercises