Does non-surgical vaginal Rejuvenation Hurt?

The use of energy-based devices has revolutionized the treatment of feminine issues such as vaginal dryness, and stress urinary incontinence. Despite the growing popularity of these treatments, women are often concerned about the comfort of the procedures, so they frequently ask – Does non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation hurt.

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is a procedure in which energy based devices are used to revitalize the vaginal tissues. Treatment is typically done using laser or radiofrequency energy. The Geneveve Vaginal Treatment, is one of the most effective options on the market.

Does non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation hurt

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is not usually painful, as the procedure is done without local or topical anesthesia, so most patients find the treatment quite comfortable.

The Geneveve vaginal treatment is equipped with a cooling mechanism that cools the delicate surface tissues, while deep heating the tissues of the vaginal wall. Patients don’t experience any discomfort or soreness after Geneveve, and are usually able to resume normal activities.

Am I a good candidate for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation

If you are experiencing vaginal laxity and decreased sensation with intercourse, you may be a good candidate for vaginal rejuvenation. The tissues at the vaginal opening can become overstretched or weak as a result of childbirth or aging, resulting in vaginal laxity. Vaginal rejuvenation plumps the tissues and improves tightness, by rebuilding and restoring collagen. Vaginal rejuvenation is also a good option for women experiencing stress urinary incontinence, or vaginal dryness.

Would you like to learn more about non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Reno, NV area, Renew MD is our featured practice. Renew MD offers the advanced Geneveve vaginal rejuvenation treatment.

You can reach them at, or by calling (775) 277-2240.

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