FemiLift is an incredible treatment that is helping to change the lives of many women for the better. While the procedure can benefit women of any age, it is particularly helpful for women going through menopause. But just how does FemiLift work to address menopause issues?

Menopause issues

The onset of menopause typically results in a decline in estrogen levels, and this can lead to an array of menopause related vaginal symptoms. Some women lose tightness in the vaginal area, and this diminishes sensation and makes sex less enjoyable. The vaginal walls also become thinner, and urinary incontinence and urinary tract infections are also common. FemiLift is a minimally invasive treatment that can improve these symptoms.

How FemiLift works to address menopause issues

FemiLift is a CO2 laser treatment that uses fractional laser energy to tighten the vaginal tissue. It is equipped with a handpiece that is inserted 8 centimeters into the vaginal canal. The handpiece rotates 360 degrees and emits pixel beams of energy that remodel the vaginal tissue.

The thermal and ablative effects of the CO2 FemiLift laser helps to rebuild collagen, so as to strengthen the vaginal wall, and restore tightness and thickness. FemiLift also regulates blood flow and encourages younger, healthier tissue, and improved lubrication.

FemiLift is well tolerated and is not considered painful. However, patients may feel a warm sensation in the area being treated.

There is no downtime after FemiLift, and patients can get back to regular activities after treatment.

Patients are advised to undergo annual follow up treatments to maintain results. Women that have undergone FemiLift experience a boost of confidence, and also have a more positive outlook.

If you are experiencing vaginal discomfort as a result of menopause, FemiLift may be the solution for you. To learn more about our FemiLift procedure and how it can help menopausal symptoms, please fill out the form on this page or call County Obstetrics & Gynecology, Inc. at (636)680-1960 to schedule your consultation.