Discuss all your medical history, and list all of the medications, vitamins and herbs you are taking, with your doctor. Discontinue using Aspirin (including medications that contain Aspirin), Ibuprofen, Naprosyn, St. John’s Wort, Vitamin E and other supplements as directed as these act as blood thinners and could cause excessive bruising, bleeding or other complications. If you smoke you will need to stop smoking for at least two weeks before and one week after treatment, as smoking can impair circulation and healing.

This is generally a fast and effective treatment that uses laser energy to stimulate collagen production and regeneration of normal vaginal tissue. It uses the same proven laser technology that has been used for the past 15 years to rejuvenate the sensitive skin on the face.

The laser is inserted through the vaginal opening and laser light is applied to the mucosal tissue of the vagina. The treatment regenerates important structures that are responsible for maintaining vaginal elasticity. Most treatments only require one hour, but the beneficial effects will continue to develop over the following months as collagen and tissue tightness is restored.

Risks and Complications

The risks and complications that come with this type of procedure are rare. Naturally, it is important to contact your doctor or surgery to advise of any complications or concerns you may have treatment.

Q. How long does it take to recover?

A. The recovery process is different for everyone, but within a day you should be back to normal activities. Pain medication will be prescribed to control any discomfort; however, if you begin to have severe pain, contact you doctor immediately.
The changes from vaginal laser treatment are long lasting. As the natural ageing process continues, top-up treatments can be repeated as required.

Q. Is the treatment painful?

A. Pain medications may be prescribed to help alleviate the discomfort, but most women report there is minimal to no pain with this procedure.