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Many women experience issues with their vaginal health including decreased sexual function, vaginal laxity (loss of tightness), dryness, decreased sexual sensation and stress urinary incontinence. These issues can be caused by childbirth, hormonal changes or aging and can impact a woman’s quality of life.
Our compassionate, expert providers at Glen Meade Center for Women's Health - NHRMC Physician Group offer vaginal rejuvenation to help address these intimate health concerns.
The nonsurgical radiofrequency treatment provided is designed to rebuild vaginal tissue, and it works to tighten and strengthen the tissue. The treatment uses a small probe which emits cryogen cooling to protect the vaginal tissue and radiofrequency waves to heat the tissue, prompting production of new collagen to reinvigorate the tissue.
Treatment is generally provided in a single, 30- to 60-minute session, and the cryogen cooling effect helps maintain patient comfort during the procedure.
Who are typical candidates for vaginal rejuvenation treatment?
The procedure is for women over the age of 18 who have decreased sexual function, including vaginal dryness, decreased sexual sensation, and vaginal laxity, or loosening of vaginal tissue.
The procedure is also for women who experience stress urinary incontinence, which occurs when physical movement or activities such as coughing, sneezing, running, jumping or heavy lifting puts pressure on the bladder causing urine to leak.
What are some potential side effects of vaginal rejuvenation?
Generally, patients can return to their normal, daily routines on the same day of the procedure.
Though rare, some possible side effects include:
- Temporary swelling, pelvic discomfort or redness in the treated area
- Mild, intermittent discomfort during procedure related to warmth, heat and cold
- Temporary vaginal discharge
- Temporary tingling sensations in treated area
- Allergic reaction