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Is vaginal dryness making intercourse a painful experience for you and less than enjoyable for your partner? You are not alone. The condition is a burning issue for many women, but most of them are reluctant to talk about it.
Vaginal dryness is a symptom of a condition known as vaginal atrophy. It affects about 17% of women between 18 and 50 years. The numbers increase dramatically after menopause.
Apart from pain and discomfort during sex, vaginal atrophy can cause urinary incontinence, frequent urinary tract infections, spotting after intercourse, inflammation and thinning of the vaginal walls, and vaginal laxity. Intimacy can become quite difficult.
If any of these symptoms sound familiar, we have good news for you. MonaLisa Touch laser therapy can revitalize your vaginal tissue, give you more pleasure, boost your libido, and restore your confidence in the bedroom.
MonaLisa Touch is a gentle CO2 laser treatment used to revitalize soft tissue. The laser generates controlled energy and directs it to the targeted area.
The process triggers the healing power of the body. MonaLisa Touch stimulates the production of collagen and elastin on both the outer surface and the deep, underlying tissue of the vaginal wall. It also improves the circulation in the area by stimulating the blood vessels.
The MonaLisa Touch procedure is quick, with a session taking less than ten minutes. It is virtually painless, and anesthesia isn’t necessary. You can usually return to your normal activities within a few days of treatment.
The condition of your vaginal tissue determines the number of therapies you’ll need to restore and revitalize your vagina, and women respond differently to the treatment.
Three sessions, or more, are typical to fully revitalize your vaginal tissue, with an annual session necessary to maintain your supple and toned vagina. The procedures may be about six to eight weeks apart.
The MonaLisa Touch treatment is the answer if you are undergoing post-menopausal problems that disrupt your sex life, such as dryness, painful intercourse, and a laxity of your vaginal tissue. However, the revitalizing properties of MonaLisa Touch aren’t limited to those women who’ve gone through natural menopause.
Women who have had hysterectomies involving removal of the ovaries will experience immediate menopause and many of the symptoms that accompany natural menopause. MonaLisa Touch can offer these women an opportunity to reclaim their youth and their confidence in the bedroom.
You are also an ideal candidate for MonaLisa touch if you have the following issues:
MonaLisa Touch is the most straightforward procedure to deal with such vaginal issues. The non-hormonal treatment provides lasting results with no scars or undesirable effects.
Many women witness the effects of the MonaLisa Touch laser therapy within a few days of treatment. You will need to wait three to four days before having sexual intercourse, however.
You can observe better lubrication and sensitivity within the first week. Vaginal tissue and improved tone of the inner labia will also follow suit.
As with other types of treatment, different individuals respond in unique ways. Your bedroom confidence and sex life may also depend on factors like your lifestyle and stress.
Dr. John Macey is an OB/GYN located in Nashville, Tennessee, who specializes in the MonaLisa Touch laser treatment for vaginal atrophy. Dr. Macey will assess your situation and recommend a treatment plan that best suits you. He will consider any possible risks, recovery time, and retreatment sessions if needed.
You don’t need to suffer in silence because of vaginal disorders that make your sex life rough. Reclaim your bedroom confidence and your enjoyment of life. Conditions like dryness, laxity, and incontinence are reversible. MonaLisa Touch offers a painless and proven procedure to boost your confidence in the bedroom. Contact the office of Dr. John Macey today.
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