Relive the Woman in You Through Vaginal Rejuvenation
Although it is a delicate area, the vagina can also be treated to restore its natural look through a vaginal rejuvenation procedure. If you are worried about the undesirable changes in the appearance of your vagina due to the several years that have passed, you may consult your doctor about the possibility of vaginal rejuvenation.
How can the treatment affect my life?
Multiple childbirths can cause the vaginal muscles to lose their tone. It can also affect the mucosa and widen the vaginal canal. As a result, pleasure during sexual intercourse may be affected. Even with the use of vaginal exercises, such as Kegel’s, the tone of your vagina will not improve right then and there. With a vaginal rejuvenation procedure, excess tissues in the vagina are removed and muscles are tightened to reduce the volume of the vagina. Generally, a vaginal rejuvenation procedure aims to increase friction, and at the same time pleasure, felt by both partners during sexual intercourse. The treatment can also increase a woman’s confidence and self-esteem.
Can I undergo treatment even if I haven’t had any children yet?
Yes, you may have a vaginal rejuvenation treatment even if you have not delivered any children yet. The tightening of the vagina can be performed even on women without children, but being a potential candidate for the treatment will still depend on individual circumstances. If it is in your plans to bear kids, it may be advisable to wait until you have delivered your child to undergo such procedure.
When can I expect the final result?
The results, as with any other surgery, can vary largely for every patient. While some people easily bruise, others don’t. After the procedure, swelling and bruising can be noticed, but it usually fades over a week or two. Oftentimes, a vaginal rejuvenation procedure can produce optimal results a few months after surgery. Vaginal rejuvenation in Manhattan is a specialty of Dr. Steven Wallach. Contact us at 212-861-6400 to get expert advice from Dr. Wallach. We look forward to hearing from you!