Thanks to a new, revolutionary technology called FemiLift, surgery is no longer the only option for women wishingto improve vaginal laxity. FemiLift is a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedure that treats a range of feminine concerns. But can FemiLift rehabilitate the vaginal area following childbirth.
How childbirth affects the vaginal area
Childbirth can weaken the vaginal tissue, and undermine the tightness of the vagina and the surrounding structures,including the urethra. Vaginal laxity reduces sensitivity in the vaginal area, which is a problem that can affect sexual function. It can also contribute to the weakening of the pelvic floor, which often results in urinary incontinence.
Can FemiLift rehabilitate the vaginal area after childbirth?
FemiLift is an FDA approved vaginal rejuvenation laser treatment by Alma Lasers. It corrects vaginal issues such as vaginal dryness, painful intercourse, and urinary incontinence. But just how does it restore the vaginal area.
FemiLift uses a fractional CO2 laser to provide pixelated energy to the vaginal tissues. These tiny injury points trigger collagen production, and also cause tissue regeneration. As more collagen forms the vaginal mucosa becomes thicker, and there is an overall improvement in the tightness of the vaginal cavity.
There is no downtime after FemiLift, but patients are advised to forgo intercourse and not use tampons for at least 3 days.
FemiLift is an outpatient procedure that takes about 15 minutes to complete. It typically requires a series of 3 treatments spaced about 4 weeks apart, to achieve optimal results with FemiLift.
If your vagina is somewhat loose or stretched after childbirth, FemiLift can tighten the vaginal tissues, and rejuvenate the area. Most women that have undergone the procedure have noticed positive changes in the symptoms they were experiencing.
Call today for a consultation to find out more about the procedure.