Does FemTouch hurt?
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Pain with Vaginal Laser
FemTouch is a painless and quick procedure. The only thing that is slightly uncomfortable for some women is the preparation which requires the doctor to dry the vaginal walls with a gauze to maximize the penetration of the laser into the tissue. This can be mildly uncomfortable, but is not painful. The recovery is minimal. If there is a slight burning sensation, a hyaluronic gel that can be purchased without a prescription can be used for relief.
Painless vaginal laser
FemTouch is painless internally topical numbing can be applied externally if an external treatment is desired,. For some women the insertion of the probe can be somewhat uncomfortable if they are very atrophic. The treatment takes about 5 minutes.and most people report little to no discomfort.
Fem Touch painful?
Hello and thank you for your question.The internal part of the procedure is painless. The skin on the outside is applied with a topical anesthetic. Patients do not complain of any pain. Some times if a patient has vaginal tightness, they may feel a little pressure with insertion of the vaginal probe.
Best, Dr Faraz
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It takes 5 minutes; no anesthesia; no pain. If laser is used on the outside of the vagina, you must use strong topical anesthesia
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Pain with FemTouch
FemTouch procedure is essentially painless. Patients require no pain medications or anesthesia. When performed in our office the procedure takes 15 minutes. 10 minutes of prep time and 5 minutes for the actual procedure. Patients return to the normal activities immediately afterwards.
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