Vaginal rejuvenation

With all of the discussion in the media around ‘designer vaginas’, the fact that there are important medical reasons for vaginal rejuvenation seems to have been lost. If you are looking for treatment to help with vagina-related problems such as mild urinary incontinence, vaginal laxity or postnatal disorders due to childbirth injury,  you should consider MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy. You can talk to a consultant at 25 Harley Street, a specialist women’s clinic to find out more on 0203 8839525. MonalLisa Touch

Why do women need vaginal rejuvenation?

Many women suffer from what doctors call vaginal atrophy. This common problem is rarely discussed, and many women simply suffer in silence.

Sometimes referred to as vulvo-vaginal atrophy (VVA) or atrophic vaginitis, this is when the vaginal walls thin and dry as the body makes less oestrogen. It’s most common after the menopause, but it may also occur when women are peri-menopausal, or after undergoing treatments for cancer.

Indications that you have vaginal atrophy

  • You constantly feel itchy in the vagina region
  • There is unusual vaginal discharge
  • When you urinate there is a burning sensation.
  • You keep needing to go to the loo frequently.
  • You suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections.
  • Stress incontinence
  • Bleeding after intercourse
  • Sex is uncomfortable or even painful.

 

How does the MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy work?

A thin-dot laser is applied to the vaginal walls, which helps produce more collagen and regenerate the thinning vaginal tissue.

The procedure is painless, minimally invasive and without any risks to surrounding tissues. It takes only few minutes and most women find it works well.

According to Consultant Gynaecologist Mr Pandelis Athanasias research into the procedure has shown the following after 3 sessions of MonaLisa Touch®:

  • 90% improvement in vaginal laxity
  • In 85% of cases it lessened vaginal itching
  • In 84% of cases it reduced vaginal burning
  • Vaginal dryness improved by 76%
  • For 72% of women, pain during sex lessened.

Talk to your Consultant Gynaecologist about how many sessions are the right amount for you. It may depend on the cause and the severity of your symptoms.

 

Where is the best place to get vaginal rejuvenation?

It’s important to find an experienced gynaecologist you feel comfortable with. At specialist women’s clinic 25 Harley street you will find the best gynaecologists available in the UK, who are highly trained in all of the latest techniques . Miss Tania Adib leads the Gynaecology team. As Lead Clinician for Colposcopy and Lead Clinician for Gynaecological Oncology at the Queen’s Hospital she is an expert in vulval disorders and a menopause expert. Mr Pandelis Athanasias who has specialist skills in minimally invasive surgery and also Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at St Helier Hospital and the Lead Clinician for Early Pregnancy and Acute Gynaecology. Mr Francis Gardner is an expert in minimal access / invasive surgery and practises at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth as well as 25 Harley Street.

Best gynaecological facilities in Harley Street

You can be treat with MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy within the 25 Harley Street gynaecology suite at a day case. Along with the highly trained and experienced team, the high spec surgical theatre ensures a completely integrated gynaecology service for all procedures, not just the MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy.The specialist women’s clinic offers colposcopy and hysteroscopy, including, NovaSure for endometrial ablation treatment for heavy periods, MyoSure for hysteroscopic resection and DySIS for colposcopy and Karl Storz for hysteroscopy.

 

Make an appointment for vaginal rejuvenation

Telephone:  0203 8839525                                    

Email:          appointments@25harleystreet.co.uk

Visit:            25 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QW

 

Relating to atrophy. Full medical glossary
Withering or weakening of a body tissue due to disease or disuse. Full medical glossary
Abnormal, uncontrolled cell division resulting in a malignant tumour that may invade surrounding tissues or spread to distant parts of the body. Full medical glossary
Close examination of the cervix of the uterus using a magnifying instrument with attached light source, known as a colposcope. Full medical glossary
Relating to the endometrium. Full medical glossary
The basic unit of genetic material carried on chromosomes. Full medical glossary
Examination of the inside of the uterus by endoscopy, using an instrument called a hysteroscope inserted through the vagina and cervix. Full medical glossary
The involuntary passage of urine or faeces. Full medical glossary
Invasion by organisms that may be harmful, for example bacteria or parasites. Full medical glossary
The destruction of abnormal cells by burning them away using a laser. Full medical glossary
How relaxed or slack a body part is. Full medical glossary
Relating to the menopause, the time of a woman’s life when her ovaries stop releasing an egg (ovum) on a monthly cycle. Full medical glossary

The time of a woman’s life when her ovaries stop releasing an egg (ovum) on a monthly cycle, and her periods cease

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A type of surgery that aims to limit the amount of trauma to the patient; for example, keyhole surgery. Abbreviated to MIS. Full medical glossary
A hormone involved in female sexual development, produced by the ovaries. Full medical glossary
The surgical removal of part of the body. Full medical glossary
A group of cells with a similar structure and a specialised function. Full medical glossary
The channels that carry urine from the kidneys to the outside of the body. Full medical glossary
The muscula passage, forming part of the femal reproductive system, between the cervix and the external genitalia. Full medical glossary
Inflammation of the vagina. Full medical glossary
The external part of the female genitalia. Full medical glossary