Over the course of our lifetimes, our bodies undergo several changes. When it comes to the vagina: puberty, childbirth, and menopause are all milestone events that have an effect on sexual function, laxity, and appearance.As cosmetic procedures become more widely available, more people are attempting to reclaim the health of their vagina through surgical solutions. However, historically, vaginal rejuvenation has been a subject that has always been brushed under the carpet. There isn’t too much information available on it so it becomes difficult for women to undergo thorough research before they can consider going through with this treatment. Hence, here is a lowdown on everything you need to know about this easy, potentially non-invasive, and generally painless solution to your vaginal concerns. Note that it is always advisable to consult a licensed medical professional before the treatment and follow all the instructions strictly to achieve desired results.
Vaginal rejuvenation sometimes, referred to as vaginal reconstruction when done for functional medical reasons, can include a whole host of procedures – most commonly vaginoplasty and/or perineoplasty. It is a procedure designed to tighten the inner and outer muscles of the vagina that results in improved muscle tone, control, and strength. This is achieved by reducing the external diameter of the vagina and tightening internal muscles. The non-invasive treatments take anywhere between 20-30 minutes and require no anesthesia.
There are various reasons why women undergo vaginal rejuvenation. It helps with increased friction experienced during intercourse, minimizes dryness, eases urinary tract concerns, and restores confidence.
With the non-invasive procedures of vaginal rejuvenation, there is virtually no downtime. You can resume normal activities a couple of days following the treatment. With the surgical procedures, it is recommended to wait for a week or two to resume normal activities and at least six weeks before intercourse. The results typically last a lifetime and you may need annual touch-ups.
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