Childbirth and menopause can alter the vagina and pelvic floor causing urinary incontinence, difficulties during sexual intercourse, dryness or reduced lubrication, muscular atrophy, Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VRS), and decrease in the size of vaginal lips, all of which can affect quality of life and sexual relations.. Gynecologists have long resorted to surgery to correct VRS,
It is about an hour-long procedure using a special technique based on laser technology intended to improve the vaginal sexual experience. It does not require hospitalization and yields a very fast recovery time. This laser vaginoplasty allows us to restore muscle tone, strength and condition of the vagina. The woman’s quality of life and relationship
At the onset of menopause, hormones levels in the blood decrease drastically which in many cases cause vaginal dryness also called vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA). Vaginal mucosa is less vascularized, less hydrated, less elastic and becomes thinner, consequently the mucosa is atrophied. At the same time, there is reduction and atrophy of the labia majora with
Exclusion criteria of laser treatment Patients: younger than 18 years with neurogenic bladders with acute urinary tract infections with urinary tract malformations with organic pathologies of the bladder with congenital urogynecological malformations with treatments affecting vesico-sphincter dynamics who have received pelvic radiotherapy who have severe stress urinary incontinence older than 70 years old who are
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