Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures Are Now in High Demand

What You Need to Know About Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal laxity, or looseness of the vagina, is a thing of worry for many women. The fact that it doesn’t get talked about openly often isn’t an indication that it is not an issue.

Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal Rejuvenation

However, an increasing number of women are taking steps to improve the look and shape of their vagina in more recent years. The craze for vaginal rejuvenation is real. What’s responsible for the rising popularity? Continue reading to learn this and more.

What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

First, before proceeding further, let’s talk a bit about what vaginal rejuvenation is. This term refers to practically anything you do to change the anatomy of your vagina.

There are diverse methods you can adopt to achieve this goal. Numerous products and procedures are available and constantly advertised for this purpose. These aim to alter the internal and/or external structures of your vagina.

Why the Craze about Vaginal Rejuvenation?

It has been observed that more women are taking steps to enhance the shape and feel of their vagina. These have different reasons, but it seems most do it for aesthetics.

Obviously, most women undergo vaginal rejuvenation to fight laxity. Childbirth or the aging process can cause the vagina to lose its tightness. These women, therefore, sometimes turn to products and procedures that make the genitalia tighter.

Vaginal rejuvenation is also done to improve sexual function and satisfaction. It helps to enhance vaginal lubrication and quality of orgasm.

Other more valid reasons why the treatments are often sought include dealing with urinary incontinence resulting from loss of muscle tone.

Types of Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatments

As already stated, vaginal rejuvenation incorporates the use of many products and procedures to tighten the vagina. Treatments can be surgical or non-surgical.

Energy-based treatments

These are nonsurgical procedures involving the use of heat energy to tighten the vagina. There are two main methods:

Radiofrequency (RF) – This involves use of devices that produce electrical waves, which are somewhat similar to those of a microwave. The energy released is used to heat and tighten tissue around your vagina.

Laser – Also referred to as laser labiaplasty, this treatment helps to tighten the vagina in similar way as the RF method, but it uses laser to achieve this goal. It boosts collagen production and makes the skin around your vagina firmer and tighter.

Vaginoplasty

Also called posterior colporrhaphy, vaginoplasty is surgery for tightening the vagina. It is often seen as a better alternative for people who failed to benefit much, or at all, from energy-based treatments.

Fillers

Derma fillers are known more for enhancing youthful appearance on the outside. But they have also found use in vaginal rejuvenation.

Hyaluronic acid fillers are typically used to add volume to the face and skin, eliminating lines and wrinkles. In the same way, they help to plump the labia majora to restore tone and improve elasticity and sensitivity in vaginal rejuvenation.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

This method uses significant amount of growth factors obtained from your own blood to rejuvenate your vagina. A good example of the use of this new treatment is the Orgasm Shot, also known as the O Shot. This injectable not only boosts your sex life, but may also help with incontinence and some other medical issues.

Conclusion

In addition to the foregoing, exercises, especially Kegel and pelvic floor exercises, are also believed to help tighten the vagina. They do this by strengthening the muscles in and around it.

We advice that you speak with your doctor about possible risks of any vaginal rejuvenation treatment you may have in focus. A good number of the procedures have their risks.

For instance, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned sometime ago that some devices used for this purpose were hazardous. Therefore, be familiar with likely risks before proceeding.

REFERENCES

Vaginal Laxity | American Society of Plastic Surgeons (https://www.plasticsurgery.org/cosmetic-procedures/nonsurgical-vaginal-rejuvenation/vaginal-laxity)

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