Recurrent Implantation Failure
Right Sized Endometrium For Conception & Healthy Menstrual Cycle.
What is Recurrent Implantation Failure?
Successful embryo implantation is a process which requires both a synchronous development and interaction between hatched blastocyst and endometrium. From the clinical point of view, implantation is considered to be successful when gestational sac is diagnosed by ultrasound. The causes of implantation failure are diverse and especially due to different maternal factors as uterine abnormalities, hormonal or metabolic disorders, infections, immunological factors, thrombophilias as well as other less common ones. The main focus is on the role of endometrium and the movement of embryo during implantation in the uterine cavity. In addition to addressing Endometrial RIF (impaired endometrium): unsuccessful attempts with the transferring of high grade embryos, due to thin (≤6 mm) endometrium, with or without variations in vascularity. The endometrium is a significant factor in implantation and pregnancy, the rate of gestation is increased by the endometrial thickness.
The Endometrium changes throughout the menstrual cycle. It becomes thick and rich with blood vessels. During pregnancy the glands and blood vessels in the endometrium further increase in size and number. The thickness of the Endometrium is crucial for normal menstrual cycle and also for the successful pregnancy.
A healthy Endometrium ensures the effective implantation of fertilized eggs inside uterus. If a uterine lining or Endometrium thickness is minimum 8mm it is considered as satisfactory but less than 7mm thick is called Thin Endometrium.
RIF is a failure to achieve pregnancy after ≥3 unsuccessful transfers of high quality embryos or transfers of ≥10 embryos in total in multiple transfers. Presence or absence of pregnancy is diagnosed by an ultrasound examination after the 5th week.
Why BAP C™ for
Recurrent Implantation Failure
BAP C™ is rapidly becoming a mainstay for most leading infertility specialists. With a whooping 95% successs rate in endometrial thickess generation, BAP C™ has resuscitated several patients considered for surrogacy or adoption. Over 100 infertility specialists routinely use BAP C™ to accelerate endometrial thickness growth with our patented procedure
BAP C™ is a promising treatment and it is extremely safe since its drawn from the patient’s own blood and is transfused into the Endometrium which stimulates the growth factors and they regulate various cellular mechanism and improves the thickness of the wall and results are visible within 48-72 hrs and gradual improvement in thickness of Endometrium along with the blood supply.
Seamless Integration With IVF
BAP C™ protocol seamlessly fits in your IVF procedure and ensures no glitch in your schedule. BAP C™ is ready to use with zero downtime to doctors. Focus on providing stellar care to your patients and leave the rest to BAP C™.
How It Works
Peripheral Blood Aspiration
he entire BAP C™ protocol is autologous and starts with phlebotomist extracting fresh peripheral blood. BAP C™ is prepared from fresh peripheral blood which is aspirated from a peripheral vein, stored in anticoagulant and processed to increase platelets by separating various components in blood.
Growth Factors Activation
Using our breakthrough patented process, the clinical process of creation of personalized BAP C™ dosage is undertaken. Through activating platelets present in BAP C™, cytokines and growth factors become bioactive and are secreted. These growth factors can regulate cell migration, attachment, proliferation and differentiation.
BAP C™ Transfusion
BAP C™ is transfused into the Endometrium and it instantly starts working to improve the thickness of the Endometrium. Results are generally visible within 48 to 72 hours and continue to manifest gradually with improvement in thickness of Endometrium along with improved blood supply. Since the causes for thin Endometrium differ from individual to individual, the degree of improvement will also vary.
BAP C™ Endometrium Regeneration Success Stories
Miscarriage patient with pronounced anaemic condition treated for Endometrial paucity reported success in 36 hours.
42 year old with repeated IVF failures treated for Endometrial thickness. Results seen in 72 hours.
Patient with 2 MM thickness, reported a growth of 6.9 MM within 48 hours and implantation carried out leading to succesful conception.