The Beneficial Effects Of Stem Cell Therapy On Premature Ovarian Failure
In recent years, with the advancement of stem cell therapy, premature ovarian failure can be treated with stem cells to delay or even prevent the onset of ovarian aging. At SQ1 medical center, we have treated hundreds of patients. Some patients successfully restored menstruation and were able to pregnant after treatment, some patients also reported relieving body pain after treatment and became younger. We believe that stem cell therapy is the most promising approach for the treatment of premature ovarian failure.
Stem cell therapy for premature ovarian failure helps:
Relieve symptoms of irritability, insomnia, too many dreams, dryness, and sweating, and delay the onset of menopause syndromes
Partial compensation or restoration of ovarian function
Prevent follicular atresia, promote follicle renewal and enhance reproductive capacity
Repair the ovarian stroma tissue and prevent ovarian fibrosis, thus protecting the damaged ovary from the further lesion
Prevent germ cells from apoptosis and damage, and promote germ stem cell renewal
Replenish ovarian-like cells, increase estrogen secretion and balance its level.
Restoring ovulation, enabling natural conception, or laying a good basis for IVF
Improve fitness, stamina, and sensation level
Improve skin conditions by making it bright, smooth, firm, and hydrated, with the elimination of pigment deposition, and reduced wrinkles.
Risk Factors For Premature Ovarian Failure
Many factors cause premature ovarian failure. In addition to the spontaneous aging of the ovary and environmental factors, there are many uncontrollable factors, such as genetic, psychological, autoimmune, iatrogenic, metabolic factors, FSH, and its receptor defects all could accelerate ovarian aging.
People with the following risk factors are more likely to develop premature ovarian failure:
People receiving radiation and chemotherapy for cancer
Patients who have received ovarian surgery, such as ovarian endometriosis, induced abortion, etc.
Patients who are accompanied by various genetic diseases that cause abnormal ovarian structure and function: such as Turner syndrome.
People with a bad lifestyle and adverse environmental factors: such as smoking, alcohol abuse, exposure to toxic and harmful substances, etc.
Patients possess certain autoimmune diseases: such as autoimmune thyroid disease
Long-term adverse mood, especially affected by negative emotions such as severe depression, chronic anxiety, anger, and fear
People who take emergency contraception
People who have a family history of premature ovarian failure
Clinical Symptoms Of Premature Ovarian Failure
Premature ovarian failure can lead to a decline in ovarian function, resulting in lower levels of sex hormones, and the onset of a series of symptoms:
Abnormal menstruation, with an irregular cycle, dark color, low menstrual flow, or even amenorrhea
Decreased sexual function and desire, vaginal dryness and relaxation, and discordant sexual life
Dry and aging of the skin, pigment deposit appearance or aggravation, dry and dull hair, hair loss
Subcutaneous fat accumulation, obesity
Decreased vaginal self-cleaning capacity, and prone to recurrent gynecological inflammation
Varying degrees of hot flashes, sweating, upset, insomnia, frequent mood swings
Osteoporosis, joint pain, became shortness, hunchback, or bone pain
Increased risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes
Atrophic changes in the organs of the urogenital system