Rev Up Your Sex Life with Vaginal Rejuvenation

Rev Up Your Sex Life with Vaginal Rejuvenation

Is your sex life suffering because of vaginal changes due to hormone shifts, childbirth, or aging? Does the external appearance of your vagina make you feel self-conscious during intercourse? 

The board-certified providers at Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare in Fayetteville, Newnan, and Stockbridge, Georgia, can help with nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation. Our team can use the fast, effective, and pain-free MonaLisa Touch® to restore your vaginal health and help rev up your sex life. 

Take a moment to learn more about vaginal rejuvenation and how it can help you enjoy sex again. 

Gynecological factors that can affect your sex life

Many gynecological factors can take the fun out of your sex life. One of the most common issues for women of all ages is a condition called dyspareunia, or painful intercourse. 

About 75% of women experience dyspareunia during their lifetime, frequently because of hormonal changes that trigger vaginal dryness. Other factors can also cause the condition, however, so it’s important to talk with your provider to get to the root cause.

For many women, hormonal changes related to menopause, pregnancy and childbirth, and breastfeeding can create changes in the vagina that affect the way sex feels. This is because estrogen, the key hormone in vaginal health, can decline with these events, which can cause:

Fortunately, solutions exist that can help make sex pleasurable again. The right solution, however, depends on the cause of your sex life’s decline. 

Your Southern Crescent Women’s Healthcare provider reviews your medical history, talks to you about your symptoms, conducts a physical exam, and orders any imaging studies or lab work needed to rule out any underlying issues and create a personalized treatment plan to meet your needs.

How nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation can rev up your sex life

Vaginal rejuvenation is the term used for different corrective treatments for restoring the health of vaginal tissues. Hormonal treatments can help, but they can bring unwanted side effects, and while surgical interventions exist, many women prefer to avoid the scalpel and the long recovery time. 

Thanks to advances in medical technology, your Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare provider can use gentle laser therapy to treat the underlying issues. 

Using laser energy, the MonaLisa Touch system gently heats your delicate vaginal tissues, triggering your body’s natural production of collagen and elastin. The boost in these key proteins then helps improve cell turnover, which, in turn, helps rebuild your vaginal tissues with stronger, tighter fibers. 

As a result, you can enjoy significant improvements in your vaginal health, which can help improve your sex life. Some of the benefits of MonaLisa Touch include:

While your provider customizes your treatment plan, a typical MonaLisa Touch treatment plan involves three treatments and an annual touch-up session to keep your vaginal health and sex life in optimal shape.  

To learn more about how vaginal rejuvenation can rev up your sex life, call 770-991-2200 or book an appointment online with Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare today.

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