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Vaginal Laxity & Urinary Incontinence
Stress not, there are solutions to these disconcerting conditions.
As our bodies go through life changes such as pregnancy and menopause, our vagina ages as well.
Vaginal laxity, or “looseness”, occurs as part of the aging process, pregnancy and vaginal delivery. Sometimes, women with this condition experience loss of sensation in the vagina leading to less sexual satisfaction and low self-esteem. This condition is poorly recognized and often under-diagnosed.
Stress urinary incontinence may also occur as part of the aging process. This involuntary leaking of urine may be embarrassing, but is actually a common condition that affects millions of women (and men) worldwide.
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. Creating an effect of tightening that can be significantly appreciated at 3-6 months from the start of the procedure.
We’re here to answer even the most sensitive and intimate questions. Take the first step, and we’ll take care of the rest.
How do I tell if I have vaginal laxity?
Some ways to identify vaginal laxity include asking yourself and your partner:
– Does your vagina feel loose when having intercourse?
– Does the penis feel like it does not have a tight grip when in the vagina?
– Does it feel like there isn’t any friction during intercourse?
– Do you have less sensation with intercourse since childbirth?
How do I tell if I have urinary incontinence?
Here is a checklist for normal bladder function. If these signs do not apply to you, we recommend visiting a doctor to get properly checked.
Why is PRP Therapy good for managing stress urinary incontinence?
PRP Therapy studies have shown increasing success rates at diminishing the symptoms of early stage stress urinary incontinence. Most importantly, PRP Therapy is noninvasive – in other words, it does not require surgery.
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 the laser treatment?
For vaginal laxity, treatments should be done once every 4 weeks for about 3 sessions.
For stress urinary incontinence, treatments should be done once every 4 weeks for about 3 sessions.