What is Endometrium?
The endometrium is soft, inner membrane of the uterus which is responsible for healthy menstrual cycle and pregnancy. Thickening of the endometrium is caused by hormone estrogen which is released by the ovary. The ovaries also secrete another hormone called progesterone, which helps the endometrium to support an embryo and the pregnancy to occur. During menstrual cycle, the thickness of the endometrium varies if pregnancy did not occur the hormonal level decreases and the layer of the endometrium is shed as menstrual fluid. The endometrium is a significant factor in implantation and pregnancy, the rate of gestation is increased by the endometrial thickness. For a pregnancy or embryo transfer, the minimum endometrial thickness is considered to be 7 mm. If the endometrial thickness is less than 7mm, the cycle will be canceled and this is associated with lower probability of clinical pregnancy for patients opting for assisted reproductive technology.
How It Works
BAP C™ Endometrium Regeneration Success Stories
Patient with 2 MM thickness, reported a growth of 6.9 MM within 48 hours and implantation carried out leading to succesful conception.
42 year old with repeated IVF failures treated for Endometrial thickness. Results seen in 72 hours.
Miscarriage patient with pronounced anaemic condition treated for Endometrial paucity reported success in 36 hours.