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Most people believe that vaginal dryness is an issue related to aging or menopause. In fact, vaginal dryness is a concern of young women too.
Millions of women suffer from this condition which can impact sex lives and relationships.
When the area near the vaginal opening is dry, loses elasticity or experiences friction, it may tear or split. This causes pain when pee or water touches it. Vaginal penetration might become uncomfortable, reducing ones sexual satisfaction.
Painless hyaluronic acid injections in these areas can activate and promote the growth of lubricating glands, increasing natural lubrication, hence preventing vaginal tears and pain.
Laser using CO2 fractional laser is delivered into the vaginal canal using a gentle probe. The lasers create multiple tiny holes in the Vagina down to the layers where the collagen resides. This stimulates collagen stacking and new collagen formation together with elastic tissue and hydration.
Our vulva skin is responsive to both oestrogen and testosterone cream to maintain hydration. During perimenopause and menopause the depletion of these hormones cause increased dryness, tissue shrinkage and uncomfortable tautness of the vulva skin. Simply start with replacing hormones directly to the vulva.
We’re here to answer even the most sensitive and intimate questions. Take the first step, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Can vaginal dryness also affect younger women?
Yes! Dryness is experienced by many women particularly at the entrance of the vagina. It’s not a condition exclusive to only menopausal women. Younger women can also experience this. Read more about it here.
What should I take note of before going for vaginal laser treatment?
Before going for a vaginal laser treatment, make sure that your doctor checks the following:
• Pap smear must be normal
• Pregnancy test must be negative
• If you have a history of genital herpes, then you will need to be pre-treated with antiviral tablets a few days before the vaginal laser procedure to prevent a genital herpes flare.
How often will I need laser treatment?
For vaginal dryness, treatments should be done once every 4 weeks for about 3 sessions.