Does FemiLift Hurt?

If you are amongst the millions of women experiencing post-partum vaginal laxity, or struggling with the embarrassing symptoms of stress urinary incontinence (SUI) then you will be pleased to hear that there is now a painless solution for vaginal tightening. Surgery is no longer necessary in order to free yourself from the unpleasant consequences of the aforementioned conditions, thanks to FemiLift.

FemiLift is the gold standard in innovative laser technology for vaginal rejuvenation and it is the most rapid, effective solution to restore your vagina to its youthful state. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis in our Washington clinic and yields powerful results, which are instantly noticeable after the first ten-minute session.

FemiLift VS Vaginoplasty

Vaginoplasty was once the only way to instantly produce visible results in vaginal tightening and for many women wanting to alleviate the painful symptoms of vaginal dryness or recurring infections, this was their sole option. Yet relatively few would take action, as putting up with their feminine condition was still more appealing than undergoing an expensive surgery which has numerous side effects including; weeks of downtime, an increased risk of infection and of course, a substantial amount of discomfort.

Since the FemiLift has grown in popularity, we have seen an increasing number of women taking action and regaining control of their lives, due to the fact that the FemiLift is the fastest non-invasive way to eliminate feminine concerns. The pain-free procedure requires zero downtime, its cost effective and best of all, to date there have been no reports of any post-treatment side effects other than a mild tingling sensation in the vaginal area during the procedure and on occasion, a light watery discharge for a day or so after a session.

If you are interested in finding out more about how FemiLift works, or to schedule a consultation at our Washington DC clinic, please call 202-362-7300

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