What is Treating Asherman’s syndrome?
Asherman’s syndrome is a condition where the growth of scar tissues takes place along the uterine lining. It reduces the overall receptivity on the uterine area required for conception. Caused due to trauma to the endometrial lining, it eventually triggers the normal wound-healing process. As a result, the wounded areas fuse together to form a scar tissue. In many cases, the front and back walls of the uterus stick to one another. Most commonly, such intrauterine adhesions occur after a Dilation and Curettage (D&C) procedure. Recurrent miscarriage and infertility could also be symptoms.
How BAP C™ Works
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.