Vaginal Rejuvenation

Child birth, gravity, age and hormone shifts have a significant effect on the vaginal tissue. Also, some women suffer from medical issues at any age which can cause discomfort in the vaginal region.

Problems which may be treated with vaginal rejuvenation:

  • Leaking urine when you cough or sneeze
  • Decreased sensation
  • Difficulty reaching orgasm
  • Vaginal Laxity (looseness)
  • Vaginal dryness / decreased secretions

What can we do to help you?

The WOW PRP vaginal enhancement injection is a quick, minimal discomfort procedure which is performed in office and takes about 45 minutes to complete. The procedure uses a patient’s own, platelet rich plasma after a quick blood draw. The platelet rich plasma or ‘liquid gold’, is used in regenerative medicine to bring all of the body’s healing and growth factors to the tissue which it is injected to. PRP promotes healing in the vaginal tissue which helps with circulation, and ultimately vaginal sensation.

This procedure may be recommended along with other vaginal rejuvenation procedures.

What other vaginal rejuvenation procedures are offered?

There are specific protocols including a photo-biomodulator device which is a very effective vaginal rejuvenation treatment which may be recommended. This device has been proven to help women with overall sexual satisfaction rating with a 95% success rate in improving vaginal sensation.

The V-fit is a very successful treatment option which is available as a vaginal rejuvenation treatment option. Many patients have had huge success with the VFit treatment protocol.

Age, stress, hormone changes and lack of sleep can all effect our sexual desire, or libido. It is important to address all contributing factors, which we aim to do with a patient-centered care approach to treatment recommendations.

As a leader in the field of sexual, urological, and vaginal health, Samantha Thiry, APRN will help fine tune a treatment plan to help with your individual needs.

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