Vaginal Atrophy is the thinning, drying and inflammation of the vagina caused by decreased estrogen levels.
This most commonly occurs after menopause. Menopause is the time in a woman’s life, usually between ages 45 and 55, when her ovaries no longer release eggs.
Vaginal Atrophy Symptoms:
- Vaginal dryness
- Vaginal itching
- Intercourse pain
- Vaginal laxity
- Benefits in urinary incontinence
Causes of Vaginal Atrophy:
Vaginal atrophy occurs most often after menopause due to your body having less estrogen.
A decline in estrogen can occur at other times besides menopause, including:
- during breast-feeding
- after removal of ovaries (surgical menopause)
- after chemotherapy for treatment of cancer
- after pelvic radiation therapy for treatment of cancer
- after hormonal therapy for treatment of breast cancer
Cocoon Medical Spa practices natural, risk free, advanced DIVA TIGHT Laser Rejuvenation to help patients the ability to get back to the normal and healthy way in their most sensitive parts. This new hybrid fractional ablative and non-blative is revolutionary, non-surgical, “walk in walk out” treatment for vaginal rejuvenation is almost painless, low risk and requires no ‘downtime’.
With Youlaser MT and DivaTight vaginal atrophy treatment really match the ideal technology to stimulate new collagen formation, more hydration and less post treatment bruising and risk of infections.
Women that have had children or are experiencing menopause are great candidates for vaginal resurfacing to improve the quality of their vaginal tissues. The treatment only lasts for about few minutes. Patients may choose between 1 to 3 procedures spaced 4 weeks apart. DIVA TIGHT Laser tightens the vaginal wall, increases secretion, treats and help to reduce mild/stress urinary incontinence and increases pleasure during sexual intercourse.
- Safer alternative and potentially more effective treatment compared with single wavelength lasers
- Youlaser mt less bleeding and crusting due to the 1540 nm coagulative effect will reduce risk of infections