REVITALIZATION OF VULCULAR LAWS AND VAGINES
More and more women notice that with age there is a loss of hyaluronic acid in our body and thus the skin loses its volume and firmness also in intimate areas. The reduced level of hydration of the vaginal mucosa reduces the sexual satisfaction of women during intercourse. This applies to many women, regardless of age. It is conditioned by lifestyle, hormonal disorders, anatomical defects, menopause, pregnancy and childbirth. The use of hyaluronic acid, which is a natural component of the dermis, is a solution to these types of problems.
Hyaluronic acid deeply moisturizes, smooths and adds volume to intimate areas. The procedure involves intradermal injection of small doses of concentrated hyaluronic acid in numerous microinjections and is performed under local anaesthesia, on an outpatient basis, thus without having to remain in the clinic for observation. Another method of revitalizing intimate areas is mesotherapy with platelet rich plasma.
This treatment is completely safe and does not require special preparation. Platelet-rich plasma is obtained from the patient’s own blood, which is obtained just before surgery from a vein in the elbow flexion. The collected blood is centrifuged to remove erythrocytes and leukocytes. Special blood preparation makes it possible to obtain plasma rich in platelets, which is administered with a thin needle into the regenerated area of the body. As a result, blood flow, collagen and sensory nerve fibres increase. The vaginal walls become rejuvenated, better moisturized and toned. The procedure of revitalization of the labia and the vestibule of the vagina is intended for patients who expect to improve their own comfort and improve the quality of intercourse.
Indications and contraindications
- loss of firmness of the labia and perineum,
- sensation of unsightly appearance of the labia and perineum,
- pain in intercourse,
- dry vestibule,
- atrial vaginal atrophy.
- some skin and autoimmune diseases,
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- infection of the vagina or intimate area,
- blood diseases and coagulation disorders (including the use of blood coagulation disorders),
- use of immunosuppressive drugs,
- carrier of HBV, HCV, HIV.