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What treatments are available for addressing recurrent vaginal infections?

Recurring vaginal infections can be troubling to deal with, especially when you’ve tried various treatments without success. If that’s been your experience, you’re probably wondering what treatments are available for addressing recurrent vaginal infections.

What’s causing your recurrent vaginal infections?
Recurrent vaginal infections are an indication that the vaginal pH is out of balance. The normal pH of the vagina is slightly acidic, and ranges somewhere between 3.5 -4.5. At that level there is just the right amount of lactobacilli (good bacteria) present.

The acidic environment of the vagina prevents the growth of bad bacteria, and therefore protects against infection and irritation. The overgrowth of bad bacteria leads to vaginal infections.

Treatments available for recurrent vaginal infections
Vaginal rejuvenation treatment in the form of FemiLift is an effective treatment for vaginal infections.

FemiLift is an FDA approved non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment that uses proven fractional CO2 technology, to strengthen and tone the vaginal walls. FemiLift treatment results in the emergence of new, healthy tissue, which in turn encourages the growth of good bacteria, and restores the normal pH of the vagina. The regularization of the vagina’s pH helps eliminate vaginal infections.

How it works
The small FemiLift laser probe is inserted into the vagina, and delivers pulses of energy to the vaginal tissues. The thermal energy sparks the production of new collagen, and also revitalizes the cells. The additional collagen strengthens the vaginal walls, and also makes them thicker. It also reduces the effect of aging in the vaginal cavity.

FemiLift is an outpatient procedure that takes only 15-20 minutes to perform. It is virtually painless and requires no downtime.

If you are interested in laser vaginal tightening, be sure to consult with a surgeon that is trained using the procedure, and is also skilled in surgical vaginoplasty.

Call (267) 687-2180 today for a consultation.

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