The first of the three ( transsudation of plasma) is the most quantitatively important and in the case of a patient with vaginal atrophy and dryness, PRP produces angiogenesis,
increasing in this way, the quantity of new blood vessels and, therefore greater secretion.
It also produces mitogenesis, increasing the thickness
of the vaginal mucosa.
All of this has been documented with pictures (photographies) of pathological anatomy recognized in the world of gynecology.