Vaginal rejuvenation is an umbrella term for procedures that help with medical conditions and cosmetic issues that pertain to the vagina.
It treats several female sexual disorders, such as:
- Low libido
- Pain with intercourse
- Inability to achieve orgasm
- A lack of lubrication before sexual activities
- Lack of vaginal sensitivity
Vaginal rejuvenation is also a valuable treatment for urinary incontinence.
For women, we have treatments to address vaginal dryness, painful intercourse, lack of vaginal lubrication, urinary incontinence, and inadequate orgasms. For men, our services can help with erectile dysfunction, low libido, and overall performance.
If you lack sensitivity or have pain with intercourse, there are treatments to help.
At Healthcierge Medical, Vaginal and Penile Rejuvenation is more than just a procedure. Our treatment includes a holistic pelvic examination to ensure that other factors are not contributing to your symptoms. The medical procedure is a non-invasive Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment.
Dr. Musset applies topical numbing cream for about 20 minutes to make the treatment painless. Blood is drawn from your arm and placed in a centrifuge, which isolates the rejuvenating PRP material. The PRP is designed to help with sexual function, orgasm enhancement, and performance. We want that!
The doctor then uses a very fine needle to inject the PRP into the areas responsible for sexual pleasure and response. The injection causes your body to regenerate which addresses the described conditions. The entire treatment usually takes less than 30 minutes and the effects are felt almost immediately.
The entire treatment is performed by a female doctor with advanced certification in Sexual Rejuvenation. We understand that intimacy issues may be hard to discuss with your doctor so we strive to provide a safe, discreet, and comfortable experience. Our goal is for you to leave our office with transformed sexual function and all of your related questions addressed.
There is no significant recovery period, but responses vary from patient to patient.