Vaginal relaxation syndrome is an ailment which afflicts in particular women after childbirths, especially those multiple ones. This ailment may also occur during menopause period. Theoretically it affects women in every age. Other causes of vaginal injury include hysterectomy and other pelvic surgery. These risk factors are much less significant and we rarely see women with VRS whom have not had at least one vaginal delivery.
For many women vaginal relaxation syndrome constitutes an important problem during intimate contacts, which usually leads to decrease or loss of sexual gratification. Even with regular exercise, including Kegal exercise, vaginal tone may not improve.
A vaginal rejuvenation is a non-reconstructive vaginoplasty that restores the muscle tone and desired aesthetic of the vagina, by removing external tissues and tightening the supportive structures of the vulvovaginal complex, in an effort either to reduce or to reverse the effects of aging and parturition (childbearing).
Laser vaginal rejuvenation is both safe and effective. The laser is a precision cutting instrument that minimizes bleeding and bruising, seals lymphatics, and promotes healing.
Monalisa touch laser is the most complete and unique laser technology in the world. It has been studied in the largest and the most prominent international medical research centers which revolutionized the field of gynecology. Monalisa touch laser had good results and awarded the most prestigious medical approvals including FDA. Monalisa is completely non-invasive procedure for the treatment of vaginal atrophy and cosmetic genital surgery for women. Some applications of Monalisa laser are:
• Cosmetic of vagina
• Increasing rigidity and resistance of tissue
• Restoration elasticity properties
• Treatment of sexual problems and pain
• Treatment of urinary incontinence
• Treatment of darkening of the skin of the genital area
• Treatment of vaginal dryness
• Treatment of vaginal burning and itching
Vaginal relaxation is the loss of the optimum structural architecture of the vagina. In the vaginal relaxation process, the vaginal muscles become relaxed with poor tone, strength, control and support. The internal and external vaginal diameters can greatly increase. Under these circumstances the vagina is no longer at its physiologically optimum sexual functioning state.
FemiLift effectively addresses additional feminine health issues. The treatment helps women suffering from dryness and recurrent vaginal infections by rejuvenating the vulvo-vaginal mucosa tissue and improving vaginal lubrication. The effect of the laser increases the local immune system response while generating new healthy tissue with higher immune resistance. The increased long term immunity allows the vaginal area to resist infections while naturally maintaining normal vaginal PH and microflora.
Involuntary loss of urine associated with coughing, sneezing, laughing and exercising (including sexual activity). It is caused by a weakening of the vaginal muscles as well as damage to the tissues (fascia) and ligaments supporting the bladder. Stress urinary incontinence is often the result of vaginal (also called pelvic) relaxation stemming from childbirth, aging or trauma.
As if stress urinary incontinence weren’t bad enough, there are other pelvic support defects that may be caused by childbirth, inherited pelvic weakness, chronic cough, abdominal pressure and obesity. The pelvic organs (bladder, vagina, uterus and rectum) are held in position by three types of supports: (1) muscles; (2) sheets of tissues called fascia; and (3) ligaments. When these supports become damaged, one or more of the organs may sag and, occasionally, even protrude outside the vagina. These are called pelvic support defects.
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Labiaplasty is a procedure designed to sculpt the external vaginal structures by either reducing or reshaping long or uneven labia. Although labiaplasty is known for decreasing the discomfort associated with enlarged or protruding labia, one of the reasons many women choose to undergo labiaplasty is to improve their sex life. Whether you are embarrassed by the appearance of your genitals or want to increase sexual...
Labiaplasty, sometimes called labial reduction, is a surgical procedure that involves reducing the size of the labia. The aim of the survey is to preserve the natural contour, sensitivity and pigmentation of the area, with minimal scarring. It’s an operation performed under general anaesthetic. The procedure is usually performed to reduce the labia minora (the inner labia), and that’s what we’ll be talking about here....
• You should expect some bruising, swelling and pain after your procedure. Swelling may linger for as long as two to four weeks. Pain medication will be prescribed to control any discomfort, however, if you begin to have severe pain, contact your doctor immediately. Note that the pain medications can cause constipation (it is the most common complaint) and you should use a stool softener...
Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure to reduce and/or reshape the size of the labia (the inner and outer “lips” that cover the vaginal opening). Large or misshapen labia can be caused by genetics, weight gain, hormones, trauma, and even childbirth or pregnancy. In some women, this can lead to pain during intercourse and even discomfort or prolonged irritation while wearing clothing. Removing the excess skin...
Numerous changes occur within the body as it ages that may slow down a healthy sex life. One of the main changes associated with decreased sexual activity and aging is vaginal atrophy. After menopause, women no longer have estrogen flowing through the body that maintains healthy vaginal tissue. Estrogen is responsible for keeping the walls of the vagina elastic and thick, allowing for pleasurable intercourse....
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We often hear about the symptoms of pre-menopause and menopause itself, but what tends to be discussed far less often is post-menopause. Post-menopause is simply the time in a woman’s life after menopause has completed. Though many of the frustrating symptoms of menopause tend to decrease or go away completely during post-menopause, some new symptoms may arise. Over 40% of post-menopausal women experience symptoms include...