Estrogen deficiency causes several changes in the vulva, bladder, and lower urinary tract. This may involve vaginal dryness, itching, inflammation, insufficient lubrication, and painful intercourse, and urinary tract symptoms. In pre-menopause and after childbirth, vaginal pain and urinary incontinence may also occur. Laser treatments Toronto rejuvenation is an easy and fast therapy using laser technology to regenerate the vaginal wall and resolve vaginal issues.
What types of issues can be resolved by Laser therapy?
The vagina wall can change, resulting in dryness, discomfort, or merely reduction of pleasure. During menopause, certain females feel vaginal dryness and find that before or after childbirth their vagina has less elasticity. This elasticity deficit may also lead to frequent vaginal infections.
Oestrogen is usually available as a medical choice for people with vaginal dryness. This does not necessarily work, nor is it appropriate for women who have breast or ovarian cancer. Laser vaginal rejuvenation may be a preferred choice in such cases.
What does it involve?
Laser vaginal rejuvenation normally requires two therapy sessions, spread over 4-6 weeks, but some individuals require additional sessions. In the vagina, the doctor kindly inserts a thin rod. The rod is then slowly drawn out, and a laser beam produces small troughs in your vaginal lining. The holes facilitate the flow in the vagina of fresh blood and tissue. During the procedure, you won’t feel much discomfort and normally it takes about ten minutes. To schedule for surgery you don’t need to prepare for something.
What about aftercare?
Few women experience side effects like mild discomfort and swelling, but these symptoms usually go away after some days.
Your physician or nurse will advise you that the vaginal wall needs rest for a further four to five days, so don’t have intercourse without using a tampon.
In the following months and just after the procedure you quickly see progress and quality improvement. The results last for about 18 months to two years, and every 12-18 months most women will be treated with “maintenance.”
Alternatives to this treatment
Laser therapy is one form and is often paired with the following:
- Labiaplasty: a more general treatment that reduces the length of the labia minora.
- Reduction of clitoral hood: also associated with liposuction
- Labia majorplasty: a treatment that decreases the outer labia majora size.
- Monsplasty: a process that decreases mons’ bulging.