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.
Does femilift work for women in their 50's and in menopause?
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Results based on variety of ages
Menopause and FemiLift
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.
Menopause and the FemiLift
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Femilift for women in their 50's
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
Does Femilift work for women in their 50's and in menopause?
Does femilift work for women in their 50's and in menopause?
One of the indication for CO2 Laser vaginal rejuvination, is for treatment of vaginal atrophy in postmenopausal patient and the result are real.
you can increase the success if you do PRP ( Platelet Rich Plasma) with it.
Good Luck and best of health
FemiLift for Vaginal tightening
As a practitioner who specializes both in Menopausal and Sexual Medicine, as well as Genital Plastics, I am familiar with your question. Yes, A laser vaginal tightening (i.e. FemiLift) should work well in a newly menopausal woman, but it is good to understand a few facts: Any vaginal tightening procedure will work better in a woman with good vaginal estrogen levels; I would advise 2-3 months of vaginal microdose estrogen supplementation prior to, and during the 3 months of therapy (if not longer). FemiLift should actually help with vaginal lubrication, but remember that it ill NOT tighten your muscles, and will NOT tighten you as much as a surgical vaginoplasty; if you have had children, and pelvic floor laxity and poor gripability are your isues, FemiliLift may not be your best bet. Best to work with a practitioner who performs BOTH surgical and non-surgical (e.g. FemiLift) procedures, as that person is more likely to suggest the procedure that BEST MEETS YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS. See below for full details:
Laser Vaginal Tightening for improved Sexual Pleasure
What is it? A non-surgical painless 15 minute office procedure utilizing reliable 3rd-generation CO2 fractional Laser technology delivered into the vagina via a round vaginal-shaped probe, repeated at monthly intervals X 3, with a “touch-up” in one year, which produces noticeable tightening of the entire vaginal barrel for increased friction and pleasure during sexual intimacy.
What does it accomplish? Via pulses of Laser energy into the collagen layer of the vaginal mucosa, concentrated thermal heating leads to collagen and elastin “shrinkage” and secondary regeneration producing tightening of the vaginal tissues. The shrinkage produces improved pressure on the “G-Spot” and increases stretch of the internal bulbs and crurae of the internal portion of the clitoris. Tightening also occurs along the base of the overlying bladder, with evidence that it additionally improves the pesky problem of minor urinary incontinence.
Treatment outcome is the complete remodeling of the vaginal tissue in addition to re-establishment of a firm "young like" vaginal tissue embedded with thick and long collagen fibers.
How does it do this? A Laser generator produces safe pulses of Laser energy delivered via a tube-shaped intra-vaginal device. These pulses place Laser energy via a microscopic laser-produced opening at intervals of several millimeters into the collagen under the dermis, the layer just underneath the vaginal skin. This causes a 360 degree symmetrical micro-contracture of the entire vaginal barrel, leading to overall tightening, including tightening of the upper vagina including support for the base of the bladder.
Who are candidates? Who are not candidates? Candidates: Women with minimal to moderate vaginal looseness or laxity- not severe enough to need a complete surgical repair (“Vaginoplasty”), but bothersome enough (less “grip”) to diminish sexual pleasure. Perfect candidates are: 1) women who have not yet had a child but either feel themselves “wide” inside, or with a partner with a small-sized penis; 2) women with laxity after childbirth who plan on another child/children and need “temporary” tightening until their final childbirth, after which they may undergo a permanent surgical tightening procedure if the problem persists; 3) women who will undergo a vaginoplasty (surgical tightening procedure) of the outer (lower)half of the vagina/vaginal floor, but also have noticeable widening in the far inner (upper) vagina (where a surgical pelvic floor tightening procedure traditionally cannot reach), frequently with a coexisting problem of occasional involuntary loss of urine, and who wish to avoid an in-hospital general anesthesia sometimes risky far upper-vaginal repair. 4) Women with mild urinary incontinence. 5) Women with only modest vaginal laxity and decent musculature, who wish to avoid a surgical procedure. Not Candidates: 1) Women with a significant pelvic floor vaginal laxity, involving significant widening and muscular separation- these women need a surgical repair and will be disappointed with a solely Laser procedure; 2) Women with significant urinary incontinence and/or prolapse: these women need a surgical repair/ “sling” or “tape” procedure.
Who (which health care professionals) should be doing the procedure? Who should not? Laser vaginal tightening should ideally be performed only by a surgeon who also is trained and skilled in the performance of Vaginoplasty and, hopefully, savvy in pelvic floor muscle physical therapy. A Board-Certified Gynecologist who additionally is skilled and certified in cosmetic and plastic vaginal pelvic floor work, and savvy in the usage of Laser for vaginal tightening is ideal, as (s)he is uniquely able to choose the right procedure for the right patient for the right reasons and is less inclined to (mis)use the Laser in women who truly need only pelvic floor PT, or in women who truly need surgery.
What is the Science? Laser utilizes pixel CO2 fractional pulsed light wave technology as a cutting, a tightening, or a resurfacing tool. In this instance laser waves exiting the tube 360 degrees at closely spaced intervals “drill” microscopic closely spaced micro punctures into the dermis, producing a mini-defect in the collagen that both contracts, producing shrinkage, and stimulates the collagen to aggressively grow, thus bulking up this layer. The technology has been utilized in Europe and Asia for > 5 years, and a wealth of data has accumulated verifying its effects and success.
How long does it last? Present data suggest that, with a “touch-up” in a month’s time, the effects are appreciated for ~2-3 years or more
Michael P Goodman MD
FemiLift for Menopause
Obviously, the tightening and incontinence enhancement will not match results that I can achieve surgically, but it's a game changer for women who don't want surgery and offers them a noninvasive way to improve their sex life.
Most importantly, for the many breast cancer survivors women whose sex lives have been devastated by breast cancer and can't take estrogen, it's the only viable option for treating the crippling effects of vaginal atrophy.
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