Does femilift work for women in their 50's and in menopause?

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Yes

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Yes, Femilift is a great treatment for women in their 50's and in menopause.  Women in menopause often experience vaginal dryness, incontinence, decreased sensation and increased urinary tract infections.  These are all due to a decrease in their female hormone levels.  Femilift is a non-hormonal, non-surgical treatment to improve these symptoms. It works by stimulating collagen and blood flow, thus improving thickness and moisture.   We have had fantastic results in this age group with improvement in  all of these symptoms.  

Results based on variety of ages

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We have used the FemiLift on women in the thirty's through women in seventy's and even women undergoing chemotherapy. It works and the women will notice the many advantages this treatment offers. However, each case varies and some women may need more treatments than others.

Marc Schneider, MD
Fort Myers Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 28 reviews

Femilift for women in their 50's

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Although there is risk with any procedure there is very little risk of excessive scar tissue or desensitization for women in their 50's with the FemiLift, Mona Lisa or ThermiVa devices. FemiLift™ and Mona Lisa™ procedures use CO2 laser technology and the ThermiVa™ uses RF (radiofrequency) to shrink vaginal tissue and increase lubrication if dryness is a problem. The tightening is often sufficient to improve or correct urinary stress incontinence and/or mild cystoceles. The procedure is done in office and requires little or no post procedure down time.
The advantages are :
  • Minimally invasive, virtually painless procedure
  • Gentle treatment for controlled safety and accuracy
  • Maximum precision with Alma CO2 laser, the right wavelength and perfect pulse
  • Fast and efficient delivery of fractionated laser energy split into micro pixels
  • No post treatment downtime
  • Excellent patient satisfaction and long term success The Disadvantage of the FemiLift and MonaLisa is that is is only for vaginal treatment whereas the ThermiVa RF device can be used to shrink the labia minora as well and is more comfortable. These procedures cannot narrow the vaginal canal as much as a vaginoplasty surgery
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Femilift for post menopause

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This is a great option for menopause. The changes in menopause are fairly drastic for some in the vaginal area. This can lead to dryness, less elasticity, discomfort during intercourse, etc.   Femilift is actually best suited for this population. It helps a lot at the tissue level of the vaginal mucosa to improve secretions, mild stress incontinence, sensation, etc.   A good choice for this.  It is best to have a complimentary consultation done by a physician with experience in this to see if you are indeed a candidate.  I hope this helps!

Dr Scott Gulinson

Absolutely

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Femilift is a great treatment for the dryness and loss of sensation commonly experienced by women as they get into their 50s and later.  In fact, I think this is the age group that has the most to gain from this treatment.  Women in this age group also often develop urinary urgency, which is greatly improved with Femilift.


We offer Femilift for menopausal dryness, loss of sensation, urge and stress incontinence, as well as for general tightening of the vagina.   In my opinion, is the 50+ crowd that get the biggest bang for their back, and these patients are universally happy with the treatment.

Menopause and FemiLift

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Hormones can wreak havoc on a women's vaginal health.  The FemiLift is a great treatment for women of many ages, but in particular those who are menopausal or post-menopause.  The lack of estrogen can cause dryness and pain during intercourse.  The FemiLift is a non-surgical, non-hormonal treatment that increases collagen, improves moisture and sensitivity, restoring a woman's sexual health and intimacy.

R. Scott Yarish, MD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
4.4 out of 5 stars 42 reviews

Menopause and the FemiLift

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FemiLift is a great option for menopausal women who are experiencing issues of dryness, incontinency and/or a feeling of heaviness.  Most patients require three monthly treatments.  Treatments are painless and only take 10 minutes.   Please see an experienced physician for an evaluation.

Absolutely!

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FemLift is perfect for post menopausal women, as it stimulates the development of younger, healthier tissue.  Younger, healthier tissue means more lubrication, greater sexual sensation and less stress incontinence due to laxity of vaginal mucosa.

David Preskill, MD
Libertyville OB/GYN

YES :)

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Femilift greatly improves vaginal dryness and incontinence issues in all women regardless of age.  We have gotten amazing results in our menopause patients.  

Does Femilift work for women in their 50's and in menopause?

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FemiLift works amazingly well in post-menopausal women and the results have been absolutely outstanding! FemiLift has changed the lives of many of our patients, allowing them to resume a rewarding and satisfying sex life, to be freed of their dress urinary incontinence, and their partners share in these wonderful changes. 

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