Age-related ovarian dysfunction and fertility decline in women has emerged as an indication for ovarian rejuvenation as the age at which women now attempt their first pregnancy has been steadily rising over the last decades. Female fertility naturally decreases significantly after the age of 35 years, causing poor oocyte quality, abnormalities in the meiotic spindle, chromosome misalignment and shortened telomeres.
For various reasons, women want to preserve fertility by rejuvenating the ovaries. Society today and the currents of modern civilization are such that they are forcing reproduction to be delayed for later years. Also, numerous diseases can significantly affect the decline in the ovarian function.
Following the SEGOVA program, restored ovarian tissue takes over the role that it had before and begins the production of its own sex hormones. The lost functions of the ovaries are re-established and all other organs and tissues in the body are rejuvenated and their work is improved.