PRP IN GYNECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTOLOGY
Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy has slowly started to replace antibiotics as a main form of treatment in these two fields. The reason for this is that antibiotics can only block infection triggers while PRP can also eliminate the consequences that were brought upon a patient by an infection. Because of that, PRP can be used for the treatment of chronic gynecological and reproductive diseases. Also, the results of the therapy kick in quicker and last longer. Platelets can have a positive effect on patients suffering from the following conditions:
• Lichen Sclerosus
• Chronic endometritis
• Vaginal dryness
• Lichen Planus
• Leukoplakia of the cervix
• Kraurosis vulvae
• Gynecologic inflammations
• Chronic endocervicitis and exocervicitis
• Cervical erosion
The duration of the procedure is not long and although the platelet-rich plasma usually needs to be injected around the treated areas, the treatment is virtually painless when performed with Plasma Fresh. Other traditional treatments with which PRP therapy can be used are cryotherapy, argon plasma coagulation, medications, radio surgery, photodynamic therapy, laser treatment, diatermocoagulation and more.
UROLOGICAL USES FOR PRP
Most urological conditions are associated with a long list of unpleasant symptoms like a burning sensation during urination, pelvic pain, a persistent need to urinate, as well as with a great psychological discomfort. With PRP therapy, however, most patients can return to their normal daily routine in a short amount of time. A considerable improvement is observed after just a couple of PRP injection sessions and the diseases which can be successfully treated with this method include urethritis, cystitis, and infections in the urinary-genital system. Platelet-rich plasma can naturally reduce the urge to urinate and eliminate hematuria.
Medical Application Field