Does ThermiVa Really Work?

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As women become older and their bodies begin to change, it's more probable that the vaginal area may be impacted. Vaginal/sexual dysfunction is one of the most common and frustrating problems for women whether it be women who have had children, have suffered major weight fluctuation, or have gone through menopause.

 

Other conditions such as vaginal dryness, laxity of the vaginal skin and surrounding tissues, discomfort during intercourse, and urine incontinence are all symptoms that women mostly keep to themselves.

 

There are, however, a variety of therapy alternatives available on the market, including hormonal and non-hormonal medications, as well as invasive and non-invasive medical treatments such as the leading ThermiVa therapy.

 

Vaginal rejuvenation may be done using ThermiVa, an FDA-approved, non-invasive, and non-surgical technique. If you're contemplating ThermiVa as a therapy option, here are five things you should know about this type of treatment.

 

1.   ThermiVa Aids In Vaginal Rejuvenation, Sexual Pleasure, And Urine Incontinence.

ThermiVa enhances the overall tone of the vagina by increasing collagen and elastin in the vaginal tissues. It improves vulva laxity and relieves unpleasant vaginal dryness. By reducing discomfort and boosting vaginal feeling during intercourse, this improves sexual pleasure.

Urinary leakage and stress incontinence are also reduced with ThermiVa.

 

2.   ThermiVa Is A Non-Surgical, Fast, And Low-Risk Therapy Alternative.

ThermiVa has extremely minimal risks since it is a non-surgical form of treatment. There is no need for anesthesia, or drugs.

 

3.   ThermiVa Employs Heat To Encourage The Body's Natural Collagen Synthesis.

So, how does it function? To provide radiofrequency radiation to both the inside and outside of the vagina, a practitioner will employ a portable ThermiVa device. Each treatment lasts around 30 minutes, with 20 minutes spent on the interior of the vaginal tissues and 10 minutes on the

 

outside. The radiofrequency radiation warms vaginal tissue just enough to trigger your body's natural re-building of collagen and elastin in the vaginal and vulvar regions. Collagen is a protein that gives your skin its elasticity and firmness.

 

4.   ThermiVa Requires No Recovery Time.

Many women are curious about how ThermiVa feels. It's a perfectly painless procedure. The wand sends temperature-controlled radiofrequency heat to the vaginal tissues, causing a soothing, warming feeling. There is no burning or pain.

 

One of the most significant distinctions between ThermiVa and other therapies is that there is no recovery period. Following a ThermiVa treatment, a patient might resume regular activity, go swimming, exercise, and so forth following treatment.

 

5.   Thermiva Patients Find Immediate And Long-Term Improvements.

The best part about this treatment is that you will see results almost immediately, with the greatest improvement occurring around 90 days. To get the greatest outcomes, we suggest a course of three ThermiVa treatments; however, some women may show improvement after only one treatment.

 

The duration of recovery with ThermiVa varies by patient, however most patients are

symptom-free for up to a year after completing their three-treatment program. To avoid patients from experiencing any of the symptoms for which they began ThermiVa, we suggest undergoing a ThermiVa touch-up treatment every 9-12 months.

 

Don’t Let These Types Of Issues Hold You Back

Women avoid discussing vulvovaginal and sexual health for a variety of reasons, most notably shame or fear. You don't need to suffer in silence, however! Women's health issues should not prevent them from enjoying their best lives in terms of physical, mental, and sexual well-being.

 

To get started on your treatment make an appointment with one of our female health care experts. We assure you that no matter what the best course of treatment is for you, your physician will point you in the appropriate route to enhance your vulvovaginal and sexual health.

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