One of The Biggest Fears of Women: Vaginal Changes
Pregnancy, birth and your weight may damage your sexual organs, but it is very easy to treat them without pain and surgery scars.
Specialists have explained how to treat the dynamic and function loss which are seen in female genital organs due to pregnancy, normal birth, weight gain, smoking, hormonal disorders, menopause, and age. A dynamic and functional loss in female genital organs can cause some problems such as vaginal enlargement, vaginal prolapse, and urinary incontinence. Women may experience a sense of inadequacy and self-confidence in sexual intercourse. Women may have low self-esteem, and it affects their sexual lives.
Reasons that damage female sexual organs:
- Gaining weight
- Pregnancy and normal birth
- Hormonal disorders
- Chronic cough
- Menopause and age
Treatment is possible without pain and surgery scars
It is possible to easily resolve these disorders that negatively affect the woman’s life and mental health with IntimaLase (Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation). IntimaLase is new laser technology. This new technology tightens the vaginal canal in a very short time without the need for surgery, anesthesia, incision, and sutures. It can be applied in just 20-25 minutes during a day, and the patient can get back to their life immediately. Patients do not feel any pain during or after application, and there is no risk of complications. In many patients, a single application is enough, while in some patients needs a second application which will be applied after a month.
This laser technology can be applied in the following situations:
- Vaginal tightening (IntimaLase),
- Urinary incontinence. (IncontiLase),
- Whitening of the vulvar skin,
- Cervical dysplasia,
- Acne and acne scars,
- Genital warts or warts on different body parts,
- Stretch marks dues to pregnancy or gaining weight,
- Sunspot and birthmark,
- Spider veins,
- Skin tightening, and
- Improvement of surgery Scars and bedsores (pressure sores)
Vaginal changes in the mother
If you are pregnant for the first time, you may be a little worried because taking out of a baby from your genital organs is like bowling a ball through a pinhole. But don’t worry, women have been doing this for thousands of years, and remember that your vagina is preparing itself until it’s time for the baby to be born. What you need to know is that your body goes through many changes until you get to this point.
Due to the hormonal changes, your vaginal tissues may produce more fluid, and so they will become softer during pregnancy. In addition, your vagina’s color can change and be darker as a result of the increased level of estrogen and enlarged veins in the vulva. There can be an increase in vaginal discharge, and it may be a good idea to use daily liners during this period. You need to know that if the vaginal discharge is white and odorless, it is normal. There are several types of vaginal discharge, and all of them may occur as a result of different reasons. Thus, if you notice a different type of discharge, you need to do research about it, and if necessary, you need to consult your doctor immediately.