Vaginal Rejuvenation FAQs Dallas | Frequently Asked Questions Colleyville, TX

Vaginal Rejuvenation FAQs Dallas


Who is a candidate for this procedure?

Many women are concerned that they no longer experience the same pleasure they once did with intercourse. Consistently these women all say the same thing, “my vagina is too loose”, “I have less friction during intercourse” or “I just don’t feel anything during sex”.

A major cause of these problems occurs during childbirth. Although, pregnancy is one of life’s most rewarding and beautiful experiences, many women experience devastating side effects from it. Stretching and tearing of the vagina during childbirth can lead to vaginal relaxation and change in sexual function and sensation. If you experience these problems, then you may benefit from this procedure.

Why LVR?

Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation (LVR) restores the natural anatomy of the vagina, usually stretched or torn by child birth. It effectively enhances vaginal muscle tone, strength, and control. By decreasing the vaginal diameters as well as building up and strengthening the perineal body, vaginal tightening is achieved. At the same time, the external appearance of the vulva and perineum is improved and appears more slit-like and virginal.

Vaginal relaxation usually occurs from childbirth, but cal also occurs because of age, weight loss and weight gain. When the vaginal relaxation is excessive, the vagina is no longer at its optimum physiological state. As a result, sensations within the vagina and sexual gratification are diminished.

How do I know if LVR is right for me?

After childbirth, if you have said that “Sex” is just not the same because of looseness of the vagina, you may be a candidate for LVR. If you want to increase sexual gratification, LVR may be a viable option for you. Sexual organism in women has been related to the frictional forces within the vagina to pull on and stimulate the clitoris. Tightening the vagina improves these sensations.

Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation for the enhancement of sexual gratification is a modification of a standard existing gynecologic vaginal surgery used throughout the world for the treatment of vaginal relaxation and its associated symptoms. The procedure done for sexual enhancement and tightening is considered a cosmetic procedure and usually is not considered a medical necessity. If you suffer from symptoms of vaginal looseness and minimal stimulation with intercourse, this procedure may be right for you.

What is the recovery from this procedure?

After the procedure, most women experience some pain and soreness within the vagina for a few days. These are usually treated adequately with pain medications and topical ointments. Activities are gradually increased over two to four weeks. Sexual intercourse can be resumed six weeks after the procedure.