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The genital area was and still is a relatively large taboo subject even today. Nevertheless, in recent years the implementation of plastic aesthetic procedures in the genital area has expanded considerably and is increasingly in demand for patients. This ranges from small conservative procedures such as G-spot injections or anal bleaching to corrections of the labia and clitoris. With the introduction of fractional laser therapy, it is now possible to treat existing problems in the vaginal area well in a long-lasting way without having to perform major surgical procedures.Continue reading
There is a hardening and minimization of the skin and mucous membrane in the genital area, due to a decreased estrogen and reduced collagen and elastic fiber formation after pregnancy and especially during and after menopause. This often leads to a feeling of dryness, pain or bleeding with a resulting reduced libido. In addition, these changes alter the PH value in the vaginal area, which can lead to an increased susceptibility to infections.
The use and effectiveness of laser treatment in the vaginal area can reduce these and other complaints, such as slight incontinence.
Duration of the treatment: approx. 1 hour, depending on the extent
Length of stay in the clinic: 2-3 hours outpatient
Anaesthesia: local anaesthesia
Follow-up treatment: 3 days gentle treatment
Resumption of social activities: immediately
Directly after the treatment you should cool the treated areas for about 30 minutes during a bleaching session. You can continue this at home during the following 48 hours after the treatment (20 min/hour each time) to reduce the possible swelling, and to speed up the healing process and prevent possible infection. You should take the antibiotic and painkiller medication prescribed by us for 5 days.
Drink plenty of water and take sufficient vitamins over the next few days.
The treatment cannot be carried out during menstruation and the recovery time after the procedure varies greatly from patient to patient. However, you can already pursue your normal everyday activities on the day of treatment.
Showering is possible the day after the treatment
Refrain from full baths and sexual intercourse for 14 days. Likewise, you should not insert any tampons during this time and avoid wearing restrictive clothing.
Sports activities are possible after 14 days, but you should avoid jogging or trampoline jumping for 4 weeks.