Vaginal laxity is the most prevalent issue for women who struggle with the decrease in sexual satisfaction due to lack of friction during intercourse, mild stress urinary incontinence and physical appearance of the external labia, vaginal laxity is often top of their struggles and often the most devastating. Up until very recently, there was very little a woman could do to about vaginal laxity, but today women have the knowledge of modern methods to restore vaginal health
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Why is there a lot of media about vaginal laxity?
The condition is not new but, now that there’s are non-surgical solutions ultrafemme 360 for it, demand is growing as many women would not contemplate surgery. Internal vaginal functionally health and improved external appearance giving improved confidence is now a simple short painless procedure.
What treatments are available and how does it work?
Ultrafemme 360 treatment that is specifically designed to help women who suffer and accept vaginal laxity. The treatment works in conjunction with the body’s natural reparative process kick starting the fibroblast activity to rebuild collagen and elastin fibers without surgery, without pain and without down time.
The treatment requires no anesthesia has no downtime and has passed all the relevant safety certifications
When will I see results
3 to 4 treatments sessions in the normal recommended protocol. Results will be visible very early on but will continue to improve over a full 12 weeks as the fibroblast (rebuilding activity continues within the
Will it improve my sex life?
Clinically peer reviewed published data reports improvements in tightness, sexual satisfaction and improvement in incontinence incidences. An improved external aesthetic appearance has demonstrated the importance of improved confidence during intimacy
Other options currently available to women across the globe
The market is littered with products that promise to tighten the vagina. Most of these products contain herbal remedies of plant-based estrogenic components and may lack clinical studies on efficacy. Others have ingredients such as those found in deodorants apparently engorge the walls of the vagina to tighten. This effect is at best temporary.
Non-prescription creams and pills are not medical products, and are not held to the same regulatory or efficacy standards the claims made on such bottles often have no clinical data to support them. Nor are there any compelling reasons to believe that these products would work, especially as a long-term solution for vaginal laxity.
In the public funded healthcare system, the unpalatable truth regarding vaginal health is women are often told to watch and wait until symptoms become severe enough to warrant surgical intervention. Regarding laxity and natural lubrication healthcare pathways are very limited
Pelvic floor exercises are recommended to all women post child birth and should be encouraged as ongoing maintenance of the pelvic floor. Pelvic floor physiotherapy for vaginal laxity
Pelvic Floor exercises
Pelvic floor physiotherapy in the form of exercise therapy may help with vaginal looseness. Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a highly recommended non-invasive treatment for a wide variety of pelvic issues including incontinence, pelvic prolapse and pelvic pain.
the medical community use targeted pelvic physiotherapy interventions, specifically pelvic exercise therapy, to help reduce feelings of vaginal laxity. Kegels and other exercises are often recommended to patients suffering from a variety of pelvic health concerns (although sometimes incorrectly) including women with complaints of having laxity. These exercises are not intended to tighten the muscles of the vagina directly, instead, they may be used to help strengthen and tighten the pelvic floor muscles that surround the vagina. This in turn may increase feelings of vaginal tightness both at rest and when the woman voluntarily contracts her pelvic floor muscles.
Surgery of which there are over 200 different surgical procedures but in principal they are based on two fundamentally anatomical outcomes. Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure that shortens the vaginal muscles, perineum and surrounding tissues. Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgery on the outer lips or labia. These procedures are surgically invasive and were developed for abnormalities or trauma. Surgical procedures may come with significant risks and the recovery period can be long and painful. Most importantly, they can lead to a decrease in sensitivity if nerves are injured during surgery.