For many women, menopause brings a whole host of symptoms and biological changes, some welcome- and some not!
It is common to experience a decrease in libido during and after menopause, which may be related to uncomfortable intercourse due to a lack of lubrication. Changes in hormone levels can cause this, as well as decreased sexual response when the vaginal canal has been stretched out from childbirth and other causes.
Located in Ocean, NJ, Dr. Thomas Theocharides is one of only 10 cosmetic physicians nationwide chosen to participate in a ThermiVa Vaginal Laxity Study. Participants who meet the study criteria can benefit from treatment that may restore their sex life without discomfort or down time.
” I entered the ThermiVA study with low expectations. The science behind the ThermiVA sounded interesting since the vaginal canal is a different type of tissue than external skin. After the first treatment, I did not notice any change, however, the actual procedure was quick and comfortable. Soon after the second treatment, my vagina did feel tighter (to me and my partner) and very noticeable was the ability to stay self lubricated even during long encounters.
( I should note that I really do not notice a change to my labia. Maybe the pictures will tell a different story or maybe it is too soon.) Never in a million years did I expect such a huge change in vaginal lubrication since I am post menopause and never allowed estrogen products due to my history of breast cancer. This unexpected benefit is awesome!!!
I need to sign up for my ThermiVA maintenance program.” Nancee
ThermiVa is breaking ground for women who have experienced a decrease in sexual pleasure as a result of changes in their vaginal tissues. Through the use of non surgical RF induced heat therapy, ThermiVa treatments can tighten skin and vaginal tissue without disrupting your daily routine.
If you are interested in learning more about ThermiVa and the benefits offered to patients in the Vaginal Laxity Study, contact Nadine at our Ocean, NJ cosmetic practice at 732-508-7778.