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Experiencing a feeling of laxity or a lack of tightness in the vagina is common for women after childbirth or the menopause. This can have an affect on both sexual satisfaction and self esteem, but also cause functional issues with continence. The loss of vaginal tightness is more common after having large babies through vaginal delivery or with multiple births. The looseness felt in the area can lead to decreased feeling during sexual intercourse, for both the woman and her partner, which can lead to frustration and have a negative impact on the relationship. Most women do not discuss this concern with their primary GP and suffer in silence or get told to simply perform pelvic floor exercises, however, many treatments are now available to help tighten the vaginal tissue and improve all aspects of its function.
The availability of non-surgical options for vulvo-vaginal rejuvenation to target both cosmetic and practical concerns such as labial remodelling of the outer vaginal lips, vaginal tightening for great sexual satisfaction, a reduction in vaginal dryness to ease discomfort and pain from sexual intercourse, or as a cure for stress urinary incontinence have expanded rapidly.
Vaginal surgery, such as labiaplasty (labia reduction) and vaginoplasty (vaginal tightening), is one of the least talked about areas of cosmetic surgery that is available for the female genitalia.
BTL Protege Intima for labial-remodelling and vaginal contouring. Learn about the procedure, uses, side effects and costs.
FemiLift Fractional CO2 Laser for vaginal tightening. Learn about the procedure, costs, side effects and uses.
MonaLisa Touch is a Fractional CO2 Laser for the treatment of Vaginal Atrophy in pre- and post-menopausal women.
Viveve Radiofrequency treatment for vaginal tightening. Learn about the procedure, side effects, uses and costs.