PRP in gynecology

The PRP method consists of the introduction of platelet-rich plasma (the liquid part of the blood enriched with proteins, vitamins, minerals, hormones and various enzymes) of the patient into problem areas, that is, into the cervix, mucous membranes of the vagina, labia. PRP therapy in gynecology allows you to treat age-related dystrophic changes (dryness, thinning) in the skin and mucous membranes of the genital organs, to eliminate inflammatory diseases. The safety of the PRP method is due to the use of the patient's own blood to obtain platelet-rich plasma, which, unlike traditional treatment, also excludes the side effects of pharmaceuticals. The affected tissues are restored and quickly healed, and a lasting therapeutic effect is achieved.
The main stages of the plasma therapy procedure in gynecology:
  • Blood sampling.
  • Plasma making.
  • Plasma injection into the areas to be corrected
Plasma therapy in genecology is carried out in a course, as a rule, from 2 to 4 procedures. The interval between procedures is one to two months. The therapy program is drawn up individually for each patient, depending on the clinical situation and the existing pathologies. It is important to emphasize that the PRP therapy method is safe and absolutely biocompatible, since platelet-rich plasma is taken from the patient's own blood.
Benefits of PRP Therapy in Gynecology

The patient receives not only an aesthetic effect. All the most important changes take place inside. The mucous membranes and skin become more firm and elastic.

If the patient undergoes PRP in the postoperative or postpartum period, in this case, the fastest tissue recovery and healing is observed.
The period of treatment for inflammatory diseases is shortened, the risk of relapse is noticeably reduced.

The feeling of dryness in the vagina disappears. Moisture increases, overall well-being improves.

Intimate life takes on a new level of sensations.
Gynecologist's recommendations after PRP therapy
  • In the first days after therapy, sexual intercourse should be limited (for up to 72 hours).
  • Avoid overheating the body, do not visit saunas, baths, exclude the pool in the first 3 days.
  • Try to avoid direct sunlight in order to exclude the possibility of pigmentation.
  • Carefully monitor intimate hygiene. Wear cotton underwear.
  • Follow all the advice and recommendations of your gynecologist to get the most out of your treatment.
PRP-therapy is an injection procedure during which the patient is injected with platelet-rich blood plasma into problem areas. This therapy is suitable for areas that require early healing. The procedure accelerates regeneration and stimulates the body's own cell growth. The abbreviation PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma, where bioactive components are concentrated.

The fields of application of platelet serum in medicine are extensive: dentistry, trichology, orthopedics and traumatology, urology and others. Such treatment allows the body to form conditions for the self-realization of the recovery process. PRP therapy triggers deep cell repair and rejuvenation. Special patented prp tubes filter platelets to create enriched blood plasma.

The indications for the appointment of PRP therapy are:

  • cartilage and joint injuries, sprains or ruptures of the ligaments;
  • the postoperative period, when sutures are healed, scar reduction;
  • damage to skin and tissues after burns;
  • ulcers that are difficult to heal;
  • recovery period after dental implantation and prosthetics;
  • treatment of gum disease.

The main advantage of the method is its naturalness for the body. The injected enriched plasma accelerates the natural regeneration processes.

  • But this procedure has a number of contraindications:
  • an infectious process in an exacerbation stage;
  • blood poisoning;
  • oncology;
  • blood clotting disorders, a decrease in the natural number of platelets;
  • low hemoglobin levels.

The preparatory process for PRP therapy includes most drugs, including antibiotics, antihistamines, anticoagulants, anticonvulsants, psychotropics, anti-inflammatory drugs, corticosteroids, and diabetes drugs. Before the appointment of the procedure, a consultation with the attending physician is required.


PRP-therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma)  is an innovative technology in which plasma enriched with the patient's platelets is injected.

Plasmoplasty is one of the safest and most modern techniques that allow you to quickly and painlessly restore movement in the joints.

Plasma is the liquid part of the blood, which contains a number of vitamins, proteins, enzymes, hormones and other useful substances. Also, the composition of the plasma includes growth factors that activate the growth of cells, their renewal. As a result of this effect, wound healing is accelerated, and the existing inflammatory process is eliminated. PRP-therapy is the latest technique that uses the regenerative potential of a person's own blood, amplified tenfold!

PRP therapy is effective ...

  • eliminates muscle spasm;
  • joint pain reliefs;
  • expands the limited range of motion in the joint;
  • restores the volume of fluid in the joint;
  • strengthens local immunity in the joint;
  • activates the restoration of cartilage and bones;
  • strengthens tissues, improving tissue metabolism;
  • shortens the recovery period after the placement of implants, surgical interventions, injuries, violations of the integrity of the bone, muscles and tendons!

Despite the fact that the improvement occurs after the first procedure, it is recommended to undergo plasmolifting as a course.

Depending on the severity of the problem, 5-7 injections are required.

The interval between injections should be at least 3-5 days.

How is PRP therapy performed?

The puncture method is used to collect blood in a volume of 5 ml. Further, in a special test tube for plasmolifting, centrifugation is performed for 3 minutes. the number of revolutions is 3500. As a result, biologically active platelet-rich own plasma is obtained, which is injected into the zone of damage (inflammation, cartilage defect, other lesion).
The whole procedure takes about 30 minutes.

The effect appears very quickly. But the most striking changes appear after a course of 3-5 injections, that is, after about 2-3 months - the joint is restored, the pain completely recedes, the inflammation disappears, mobility is restored, the articular fluid again begins to be produced in the required volume.

Timely completed course of plasmolifting often avoids surgery.

PRP therapy is indicated and has a positive effect on diseases:  

  • Osteoarthritis, arthritis, osteoarthritis, coxarthrosis, periarthritis
  • Tears, sprains, tears of ligaments and muscles.
  • Tendopathy of the tendons.
  • Inflammatory processes in the joints.
  • Degenerative changes in the ligaments (tendon inflammation, tennis elbow syndrome, etc.)
  • Osteoarthritis.
  • Plantar fasciitis.


  • No side effects.
  • Zero risk of allergies or intolerances - the plasma of one's own blood is completely biocompatible with the human body.
  • Reducing the drug load on the body. The plasmolifting course allows you to reduce the dosage of drugs, and in some cases, completely abandon some of the drugs.
  • A wide range of diseases and injuries for which the procedure is effective.
  • Getting rid of the causes, not the symptoms.
  • Restoration of tissues, removal of inflammation.
  • Lack of a rehabilitation period - immediately after the procedure, you can return to your usual life.
  • Compatibility with other therapeutic methods.
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