FemiLift vaginal tightening laser treatments not only assist in rejuvenating the vaginal tissues to a more youthful state, but the procedure also assists in preventing pelvic prolapse and urinary incontinence.
What is pelvic prolapse?
Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) means female organs like the bladder, uterus, and bowels sag from the weakening of pelvic floor muscles. The prolapse causes protrusion of the vagina and/or uterus. Many factors contribute to this common occurrence, including vaginal childbirth, obesity, and aging.
Four types of prolapse exist:
- Cystocele or dropped bladder from the front anterior wall
- Rectocele from the back posterior wall of the vagina and rectum
- Entrocele from the upper portion of the vaginal wall and small bowel
- Uterine prolapse from sagging uterus
Pelvic prolapse treatments include non-surgical and surgical options. Sometimes all that is needed is physical therapy, but some cases require surgery to restore the proper positions of the organs.
If you are at risk for pelvic prolapse, you can take preventative measures by beginning pelvic floor exercises like Kegels, losing weight, and asking your doctor about FemiLift vaginal tightening.
Pelvic Prolapse Prevention
Dr. Kowalski of NVSCC in Las Vegas, Nevada, performs the FemiLift procedure. The completely natural, minimally invasive treatment provides a non-surgical, painless solution to prolapse. Speak with your doctor on the possibility of FemiLift to avoid surgeries like mesh implants and other costly surgeries that take time to heal from. Three treatments of FemiLift have the ability to:
- Restore natural lubrication that may have diminished from menopause and lower estrogen levels
- Tighten and renew tissues in the vaginal canal
- Restore structure to sagging, itchy vaginal tissue
- Treat mild urinary incontinence
FemiLift takes about 10 minutes for the entire vaginal tightening laser treatment. The painless procedure requires no recovery or downtime, other than refraining from intercourse for four days after your last treatment. If you are interested in the many benefits of FemiLift vaginal tightening, see how the treatment can help you.