What is Vaginal Atrophy?
Vaginal atrophy is a physiological change that happens in your vagina after menopause occurs. The vagina mucosa (skin inside the vagina) is a target organ for hormones like oestrogen. When oestrogen is not produced anymore the mucosa will thin and become much more delicate.
This change affects every woman in a different way but can be associated commonly with the recurrent itch, painful sex and vaginal dryness. Luckily, there are treatments available, so you do not have to live with this discomfort.
There are natural treatments that can alleviate the symptoms of vaginal atrophy. A palliative treatment is to use natural products to have more moisture and lubrication. Although these can be great for instant relief, this does not fix the cause of the problem and does not improve the quality of the vaginal mucosa.
To get treat vaginal atrophy, it is important to treat the cause and not just the symptoms.
Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy
If you are uncomfortable with using hormonal treatment another solution is to use a laser to improve the quality and elasticity of your vagina. This laser therapy that treats the vaginal canal. Clinical studies show that it is an efficient, easy-to-use, quick and safe procedure that gives great results.
This does not require the use of medications and does not have any long-term negative consequences on your vagina.
Unlike natural lubricants laser treatment will fix the cause of the problem and can bring much more comfort during sex and relieve the other symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy.
RenovaLase treats the problem at source, unlike vaginal creams and lubricants. It does restore the vaginal mucosa (internal vaginal skin) to a similar premenopausal state which is why some people call it vaginal rejuvenation.
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