The following trials and studies are ongoing and are open to most women.
Please see the specific protocols below to determine if you are eligible to participate.
Fertility Fitness and Baseline Health
Current medical dogma does not take into account the effect that lifestyle and diet have on fertility. This area still requires more research and data to assess its impact. A combination of HITT ( high intensity interval training) as well as plant based diet and processed sugar abstinence has some research behind its positive affect on fertility and overall health.
The NMN connection
“A study in Cell Reports found that giving the nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) precursor nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) to mice effectively improves the quality of maternally aged oocytes. This study provides a potential strategy to improve the reproductive outcome of women of advanced maternal age.”*
The aspiration of mononuclear cells as well as extracellular vesicles obtained as autologous materials re-injected into the ovaries are the basis for a new clinical trial based out of Austin Texas. In contrast to previous studies using PRP (platelet rich plasma) , this procedure is being studied for it’s more positive effect on woman over the age of 44. The goal is to study the restorative effect on post-menopausal women after treatment.