Should I Wait Until After Having Children to Undergo Vaginal Rejuvenation?
Are you interested in vaginal rejuvenation, but not sure if you should wait until you’re done having children?
It’s a good question. A lot of women are interested in using vaginal rejuvenation to address common issues associated with pregnancy and childbirth, including looseness, lack of lubrication, and loss of sexual intimacy. Vaginal rejuvenation treatments can help minimize these symptoms, all while increasing sexual sensitivity and improving vaginal muscle strength. Vaginal rejuvenation has even been shown to minimize symptoms associated with stress urinary incontinence.
With so many benefits for just a single 45-minute treatment, it’s no wonder many women are interested in vaginal rejuvenation. But when is the best time to undergo the procedure? What happens if you plan on growing your family?
Good news – there’s no specific timeframe in which it’s 100% right to undergo vaginal rejuvenation, especially if you’re using the FemiLiftdevice. This slender technology uses laser heat energy to gently coax collagen production while causing the vaginal walls to contract and tighten. There’s no surgery involved, which makes it an excellent option for women who are considering having more children in the future.
An added benefit of the FemiLift device is that it can help improve symptoms associated with stress urinary incontinence – a common condition that occurs after childbirth. After having a baby, the vaginal walls areloosened, which takes away critical support from the bladder. That means any action that places unexpected pressure on the bladder – like a cough, laugh, or sneeze – could result in accidental leakage.
The FemiLift device helps strengthen vaginal walls, which can then lend vital support to the bladder. Women who undergo FemiLift rejuvenation for stress urinary incontinence see an immediate reduction in symptoms.
To learn if you’re a candidate for FemiLift treatments, schedule a consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180