15 Minutes to a Tighter Vagina? Here’s How
Pregnancy. Childbirth. Age. Those are some of the main factors that can damage the collagen in the vaginal area. And when the body has a difficult time replacing that tissue it can lead to a loose or lax vagina.
What is Vaginal Laxity?
Just like an old pair of yoga pants that stretch out but fail to shrink back into place after some time, the vaginal area can lose its elasticity and vitality. Basically, the collagen fibers have become tired and can no longer bounce back.
How Does a Loose Vagina Affect You?
For many women, lax vaginal muscles can diminish sexual pleasure. Another issue is stress urinary incontinence, a condition that causes urine to involuntary leak when sneezing, coughing, laughing or jumping.
Ways to Tighten the Vaginal Muscles
Most women have heard of Kegels, repetitive exercises that improve the pelvic floor muscles. To be effective, it’s recommended to do five reps five times a day. These exercises are effective in tightening the pelvic floor which in turn helps with bladder control and can improve sexual pleasure.
There’s another nonsurgical option that only takes 15 minutes and is an effective vaginal tightening method. FemiLift, is so noninvasive and quick that you can schedule the 15-minute procedure on your lunch break.
Using a controlled laser beam, thermal heating is applied to the vaginal tissue. That thermal heat helps to rejuvenate and stimulate the collagen, bringing back elasticity to the vaginal area.
Post FemiLift Results
Most patients say that this 15-minute treatment is pain-free and requires no recovery period. This cutting-edge treatment is scheduled from two to four-week intervals, with many patients seeing results after just one or two treatments. Patients can even resume sexual activity within 72 hours and normal exercise within 24 hours.
To learn more about FemiLift and find out if you’re a good candidate for the treatment, schedule a consultation with Dr. Ghozland.