Washington: Surgeons at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC, have moved a promising step closer to helping infertile, premenopausal women to produce enough eggs to become pregnant. They have been able to stimulate ovarian cell production using an in vitro rat model, and observed as the cells matured into very early-stage eggs that could possibly be fertilized.“While conventional hormone replacement therapy is able to maintain female sexual characteristics, it’s unable to restore ovarian tissue function, which includes the production of eggs,” the study’s authors reported.Ovarian tissue function is critical for premenopausal women who desire to conceive.Several fertility disorders can leave premenopausal women without an adequate amount of eggs. These disorders can also prevent a woman’s ovaries from secreting enough of the hormones that stimulate egg production.
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