Vaginal laxity, changes in libido and stress urinary incontinence are common problems that can occur throughout a woman’s life due to childbirth, weight changes, natural aging and menopause. These medical problems can have a negative impact on a woman’s quality of life. If you are experiencing these problems, don’t worry, many women in the same position opt for vaginal rejuvenation(PRP) as an effective treatment solution.
Vaginal rejuvenation is an umbrella term that encompasses many types of cosmetic procedures, both surgical and non-surgical, aimed at restoring the vagina and surrounding tissues to a healthier state.
Vaginal PRP involves injecting platelet-enriched plasma into the upper part of the inner lining of the vagina and clitoris, triggering the multiplication of stem cells and the growth of “younger” tissue. The growth factors promote the production of collagen and elastin inside the vagina and around the clitoris, causing expansion and leading to easier stimulation, sexual enhancement and improved vaginal hydration.
Duration of the procedure
The entire procedure from blood collection to reinsertion to the treatment area takes approximately one hour. Mild sedation is used so that there is no discomfort during the procedure.
After the PRP
Immediate vaginal augmentation takes place, leading to noticeable effects. As PRP is a form of regenerative medicine, the formation of new collagen and elastin leads to thickening and tightening of the mucosa for about 14 months.
Frequency of treatment
Even if a single treatment works for more than a year, PRP remains temporary. A repeat of the procedure is necessary, usually every year. As mentioned above, PRP is a form of regenerative medicine and has cumulative effects, so it is perfectly safe to repeat treatments even before 1 year. In summary, the effects of vaginal PRP last up to 12 months.
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