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What is Vaginal Tightening Laser?
Vaginal tightening laser is a treatment that uses specialized heat therapy from the laser to improve the strength and tone of the vaginal canal and the cervical column by triggering the production of collagen and elastin.
It also stimulates regeneration of the tissue around the vagina, which leads to a more hydrated and nourished vaginal mucosa and thicker, toned epithelium.
As the itching, dryness, and looseness in the vagina are reduced, sexual intercourse is reported to be less painful as well, with an increased sexual satisfaction.
The process of vaginal tightening laser is generally pain free. There will be some heat sensation or discomfort at only certain parts during the laser, but not to the extent that anesthesia is needed.
For external laser treatments out of the vaginal canal, there may be a possibility of requiring just topical anesthesia. Different conditions and severity may require different number of sessions, but on average it generally takes around 3 to 4 sessions in 1 month intervals to get a better, lasting effect.
With this type of safe, non-surgical vaginal tightening laser treatment, patients will be able to return immediately to their daily activities without interference in function, with the only exception: no sexual intercourse or inserting tampons for 1 week following the laser.
What Causes Loose Vagina?
Nobody can deny that women go through more pain and frustration than men when it comes to nature’s law.
Menstruation, menopause, childbirth. Having an extra organ also means extra issues to worry about. Post childbirth paired with natural aging, vaginal laxity and urinary incontinence are commonly faced problems which can be very embarrassing and uncomfortable.
If a woman is sexually active or has gone through childbirth, due to the stretching of the canal, the vaginal muscle tissue would likely remain in a state of constant relaxation with loss of tone and elasticity, which results in lower sexual gratification, and can also subsequently lead to higher chances of repeatedly getting vaginal infections. As the perineal muscles are drastically weakened too, some face urinary incontinence, resulting in involuntary urination even with normal daily movements.
Vaginal tightening is a fairly new thing that most people don’t openly talk about —especially in a more conservative community like ours— but it is definitely a concern worth addressing as it plays an important part of a woman’s overall health.
Be it for restorative reasons or personal satisfaction, are you ready to explore this option? Visit Kaiteki Clinic to find out more!