Over time, especially after childbirth, vaginal tissue can overstretch, creating a feeling of looseness (laxity) and reduced sensitivity in the vaginal area. This can lead to decreased satisfaction during sexual intercourse, creating a significant quality of life issue.
FemiLift tones and rebuilds the collagen of the vaginal walls, enhances the sensitivity of the vaginal receptors and contracts existing vaginal tissue, increasing vaginal tightness and improving sexual satisfaction.
STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE (SUI)
SUI is a term that describes involuntary leakage of urine during activities that increase pressure in the abdomen such as coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercise. This condition is caused by a loss of strength in the urethra due to a weakened pelvic support structure. FemiLift treats the entire area, supporting the urethra, increasing the thickness of the vaginal walls and strengthening the pelvic support structure. The treatment reduces the symptoms of SUI and effectively restores urinary continence.
POST - MENOPAUSE
The shift in hormones that occurs with menopause can cause the lining of the vagina to become thinner, drier, less elastic and inflamed. FemiLift rejuvenates the vaginal lining, increasing the thickness of the vaginal walls and restoring lubrication. The treatment reduces uncomfortable symptoms such as itching, burning and increases friction and helps improve sexual function.
Childbirth, a momentous lifecycle event, involves many physiological changes to a woman's body. Post-delivery, the vaginal area may feel stretched and dry and the pelvic floor may be weakened. FemiLift rehabilitates the entire vaginal area by strengthening and toning vaginal tissue, and restoring its strength and flexibility.
VAGINAL DRYNESS & RECURRING INFECTIONS
FemiLift helps women suffering from dryness and recurring vaginal infections by rejuvenating their vaginal lining and restoring lubrication. The treatment increases the vaginal immune system responses and blood flow generates new healthy tissue with higher immune resistance to infections and allows the vagina to naturally maintain normal PH levels.
Vaginoplasty, or vaginal rejuvenation, is a surgical procedure to tighten the vaginal muscles to improve the appearance and size of the vaginal opening. After childbirth, the muscles of the vagina become stretched. Although there are no standards of beauty when it comes to the vagina, some women feel that their sex lives would improve if their vagina was rejuvenated.
A woman may choose to seek vaginoplasty to correct the stretched musculature of the vagina after childbirth, but the vaginal muscles also stretch with age. Problems with incontinence after childbirth could be corrected with this procedure as well. Overall, most women seek vaginoplasty to improve their sex life. Some women are concerned about the tightness and appearance of the vagina and their ability to sexually satisfy their partner.
The procedure consists of removing excess vaginal tissue and tightening the vaginal muscles. Using laser surgery methods, the procedure takes one to two hours with an additional one required for recovery. If you are considering this procedure, it is advisable to seek a board-certified cosmetic surgeon.
After the procedure, the vaginal tissue will be painful. Healing will require at least six to eight weeks. If infection occurs, healing will be prolonged. Most women can return to work within three days, and you will be required to see the surgeon four additional times to monitor your recovery progress.
Cosmetic surgery to improve the look or feel of the vagina does not serve any medical benefit. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists warns women to seriously consider their decision before undergoing vaginoplasty. The procedure has not been proved to improve sex life or sexual experience. In fact, if the vaginal muscles are tightened too much, sex can become painful. Surgery could cause nerve damage, decreasing sexual sensation. Scarring, infection, and incontinence could also occur.
To improve the strength of the vaginal musculature without surgery, try Kegel exercises. To perform Kegel exercises, empty the bladder, then tighten the pelvic floor muscles and hold for 10 seconds. Imagine tightening the muscles that would also stop the flow of urine. Relax the muscles and contract again for 10 seconds. Perform three sets of 10 repetitions, three times per day.
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