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Why Vaginal Rejuvenation Is a Great Option For Post Menopausal Women

After the physical turmoil of menopause, you're likely to notice changes in your vaginal appearance and function. You may feel unattractive or worry that your partner may no longer feel attracted to you. You might experience discomfort and dryness, even when you're ready for comfort and pleasure. You could also be dealing with changes following an injury or surgery.

You don't have to adjust to unwanted vaginal changes in silence. With the multiple vaginal rejuvenation treatment options available at McDowell Mountain Gynecology, you can regain your confidence and restore your vaginal area. Experts Rachel Spieldoch, MD, and Kimberly Hartzfeld, DO, can guide you in your rejuvenation journey for the greatest improvements in your vaginal health and wellness.

Why vaginal rejuvenation?

For some post menopausal women, vaginal rejuvenation treatments are the best way to feel like yourself again. Vaginal rejuvenation may be beneficial if you:

With vaginal rejuvenation, you can reduce or remove scarring and other signs of trauma from your vagina’s internal walls. After the process, you can also see improvements in your bladder health.

With your self-confidence repaired and your sex life improved, you can move into your post menopause years joyfully, assertively, and healthfully.

How vaginal rejuvenation works

Vaginal rejuvenation can refer to several treatments and procedures designed to restore the health, function, and appearance of your vagina.

Internal vaginal rejuvenation procedures include vaginoplasty, a common procedure designed to tighten your vagina, and hymenoplasty, a procedure to repair your hymen. Internal vaginal rejuvenation focuses on restoring your vagina’s health and function. If you have damage related to childbirth, you may benefit from an internal rejuvenation.

You may also be interested in external rejuvenation treatments. However, external rejuvenation procedures like a labiaplasty, adjusting the size and shape of your vulva, are primarily concerned with cosmetic needs.

Treatment options to support you

At McDowell Mountain Gynecology, we offer multiple types of vaginal rejuvenation treatment, including several minimally invasive options. After menopause, you could benefit from treatment with:

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections

This procedure is derived from your own blood, containing concentrated healing factors to promote post menopausal blood flow and stimulate new tissue growth.

Votiva

This nonsurgical radiofrequency technology works to tighten your skin and enhance your sexual responsiveness and sensation.

Aviva

This is another nonsurgical option utilizing radiofrequency-assisted lipolysis to tighten your vaginal skin tissues, effectively reducing the size of your labia.

Our practice also offers minimally invasive labiaplasty procedures. 

No matter the type of vaginal rejuvenation procedure, you can rest assured our team at McDowell Mountain Gynecology will support you all the way.

To learn more about what vaginal rejuvenation can do to improve your post-menopausal years, contact McDowell Mountain Gynecology today. You can schedule your initial consultation appointment at our Scottsdale, Arizona, office by giving us a call, or you can book online. You may also benefit from a telehealth appointment.

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