Nowadays, the loss of desire, sexual dysfunction and performance or urine incontinence affect millions of women on a daily basis. Independent of the woman’s age, these disorders affect their lives. Many factors are implicated in a woman’s sexual arousal disorder, with hormonal, physical, psychological and relational changes to be mainly accused.
Decreased testosterone and estrogen levels, vaginal dryness, chronic health conditions and stress are the main contributors.
The vaginal PRP rejuvenation is part of an integrative approach designed to treat the above-mentioned disorders. It can, also, be combined with uterine and ovarian PRP rejuvenation treatment for a more holistic approach.
What is the vaginal PRP procedure?
The vaginal PRP comprises the injection of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) into the upper wall of the vagina and clitoris, triggering stem cells’ multiplication and “younger” tissue growth.
Growth Factors released from the activated PRP, promote collagen and elastin production inside the vagina and around the clitoris, causing its expansion due to tissue thickening, leading to easier stimulation, sexual enhancement and improved vaginal hydration.
To whom is the vaginal PRP addressed?
To any woman seeking sexual enhancement, especially if low desire, vaginal dryness or urine incontinence are present.
According to the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, April 2011:
- 10% (1 in 10) women suffer from sexual arousal disorder and
- 5% (1 in 20) women suffer from orgasmic disorder.
What is involved in the procedure?
The PRP contains a high concentration of platelets and bioactive proteins, which in combination with the use of a laser beam, if necessary, cause the release of Growth Factors essential for promoting collagen and elastin formation.
How long does the procedure take?
The whole procedure from blood collection to processing and reinjection to the treatment area takes approximately an hour.
Is the treatment painful?
Light sedation is used so as not to feel any discomfort during the procedure, giving also the possibility of a combined treatment including ovarian, uterine and vaginal PRP at same day.
How soon are results noticed and how long do they last?
An immediate increase in volume takes place, leading to noticeable results. As PRP is a form of Regenerative Medicine, the formation of new collagen and elastin leads to mucosal skin thickening and tightening for about 14 months.
How often do I need to have the treatment?
Even though a single treatment works for up to 14 months, PRP is temporary. A repeat of the procedure is necessary, usually about a year after your last treatment.
As stated above, PRP is a form of Regenerative Medicine and has cumulative effects, so it is perfectly safe to have booster treatments sooner than 12 months if desired.
Summarizing, vaginal PRP effects last for up to 12 months, ovarian and uterine PRP for up to 3 to 4 months.
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