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Post-Childbirth Vaginal Laxity
Vaginal laxity can result from a common hindrance usually found in new mothers is vaginal laxity, which can result from the expansion of the vagina to accommodate a baby while it makes its way through the birth canal. Difficulties with vaginal looseness and overstretched tissue following childbirth often cause reduced sexual sensitivity and urinary incontinence. With the new Geneveve treatment, those suffering from the symptoms of vaginal laxity can see improvements after just a few weeks. Whether it's your first baby or your fifth, mothers can receive the treatment as soon as 8 to 12 weeks following childbirth.
Vaginal Laxity and Urinary Incontinence
Stress incontinence is the inability to prevent leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising. Women may also deal with a strong need to urinate, but struggle getting to the toilet in time, this is referred to as urge incontinence. These forms of urinary incontinence are more common among women, especially menopausal, postpartum or postmenopausal women. Most often incontinence in menopausal and postmenopausal women is due to vaginal laxity from a decrease in collagen and the deterioration of estrogen levels, which reduce the vulvo-vaginal mucosa. The Geneveve treatment stimulates collagen growth to improve vaginal laxity through a non-invasive, low-risk application of heat to the vaginal wall. As the tissue replenishes, the vaginal wall becomes more pliant and supple, and the tightness improves your body's ability to properly manage urine flow.
Due to vaginal laxity, many women may sometimes experience a loss of sensitivity or inadequate climax sensations during sex. Whether these symptoms arise from childbirth, hormone imbalance, age or a medical condition, a lack of vaginal rigidity and sensitivity can cause detriments in sexual stimulation over time. The innovative technology of the Geneveve can gently use radio frequencies to repair existing tissue to help restore the elastin and collagen that make for a healthy, tight and sensitive vagina. This stimulation can generate a natural rejuvenation of your tissue, encouraging the vaginal wall to provide more lubrication and sensitivity during sex. Geneveve’s long lasting results can also aid in the quality and intensity of climaxes and create a more sensational experience for you and your partner.
Q: How long is the Geneveve treatment?
A: The non-invasive, low-risk procedure takes approximately 30 minutes to complete in our office.
Q: Is the treatment painful?
A: During the treatment, most women experience a sensation of heating and cooling, but usually no discomfort or pain.
Q: Can I go back to work right after the treatment?
A: Yes. In most cases, you can return to normal activity immediately following your treatment.
Q: Are there any side effects during or after the treatment?
A: Most women don't experience any side effects during the procedure or afterwards.
Q: What is Radio Frequency technology?
A: Radio frequency (RF) technology has been used in medical applications for over 75 years. Systems based on radio frequency have been successfully used for non-ablative skin rejuvenation, treatment of unwanted hair, atrophic scar revision, inflammatory acne and vascular lesions. The radio frequency device produces a heating of the collagen helix in the applied area, causing proteins to reform and rebuild.
Q: How many applications of the Geneveve treatment will I need to do before I can see results?
A: One application! That's right, unlike other medical devices that use radio frequency pulses to improve vaginal elastin and collagen, the more advanced and effective Geneveve treatment takes only one 30 minute treatment to see noticeable results.
Q; How long do the results last?
A: The procedure is designed to produce results that last a year, and for some women, much longer.
Q: Does health insurance cover the Geneveve treatment?
A: In most cases, insurance does not cover a procedure like the Geneveve treatment. The treatment is considered an aesthetic procedure by insurance companies and does not typically fall under the category of "medically necessary." However, we recommend that you first check with your insurance carrier to confirm coverage.
Q: How do I learn more or set up a consultation about this treatment?
A: Call our office at 845.508.6605 to set a consultation about the Geneveve treatment and to see if it's right for you.
Geneveve is a clinically proven and innovative treatment option that employs cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) to produce healthy collagen and a revived sensation of feminine wellness. With this unique treatment, women looking to improve post-childbirth vaginal laxity, decrease incontinence or heighten sensation during sex may finally obtain the long-lasting results they desire.
Alora Laser Spa is proud to become one of the first vConfidence certified providers to offer the Geneveve treatment. The Geneveve technology stimulates the body’s natural collagen formation process during a single 30-minute treatment session performed by a trained health care professional. The safe and effective treatments both cool and protect the procedural surface while heating and revitalizing deeper tissue. Geneveve’s cutting-edge dual mode equipment applies gentle pulses of radio frequency to trigger and accelerate your body’s own collagen development, generating softer tissue and a more youthful tone and resiliency.
The clinically proven advanced treatment option Geneveve strives to revive many areas of feminine wellness, including issues with:
· Vaginal sensitivity
· Vaginal lubrication or painful intercourse
· Quality and intensity of climax
· Vaginal laxity (looseness or overstretched vaginal wall)
· Stress or urge incontinence
Following one 30-minute treatment with Alora Laser Spa, patients notice significant improvement in vaginal laxity, sexual health and stress urinary incontinence. Treatment sessions require no anesthesia and are completely painless. After receiving a Geneveve treatment, patients require no downtime and may continue regular activities, the same day as treatment.