Can I Treat Vaginal Laxity Without Surgery?

The term “vaginal laxity” is one that fills women who have noticed their vagina loosening after childbirth, or as a result of a natural ageing process, with feelings of dread and embarrassment. It is a sensitive subject for many to discuss;even with their trusted gynecologist and the thought of undergoing a painful surgery to restore the vagina to its youthful state is even worse.

Up until recently, most women have just accepted vaginal laxity as an unfortunate part of life. In their minds, the drawbacks of undergoing a surgical procedure which is not only costly, but also requires them to go through an uncomfortable recovery period, far outweigh the benefits of gaining improved self-confidence and heightened sexual gratification. These are just some of the positive side effects of vaginal rejuvenation.

A gentle solution for vaginal laxity
Fortunately, since CO2 laser technologies such as FemiLift have become available as a fast and highly effective solution to vaginal laxity and other feminine concerns, surgery is no longer necessary in order to rejuvenate the vagina. This innovative treatment is performed in just 10 minutes and typically consists of 3 consecutive sessions to ensure long lasting results. It is a painless procedure which requires absolutely no downtime or anesthetic, making FemiLift the preferred choice of providers and patients worldwide.

What can I expect after a FemiLift treatment?
FemiLift has earned its outstanding reputation thanks to the lasting results it provides. After a singular session, the changes are noticeable and most women report an increase of sensation and pleasure, as a result of a tighter vagina. On an emotional level, the feelings of shame and embarrassment that oftentimes accompany vaginal laxity become a thing of the past, resulting in improved relationships and a positive mental attitude towards intimacy.

To schedule your FemiLift consultation at Puravida, serving the Baltimore metropolitan, call (301) 604-8432.

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