Is there a vaginal procedure to increase wetness and orgasms?

I have a hard time getting wet when aroused, is there a procedure to greatly increase vaginal fluid & give you bigger/better orgasms?

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Improving vaginal lubrication with CORE Intima CO2 Laser

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The newest treatment  for vaginal rejuvenation is the CORE Intima CO2 Laser.  With this non-invasive treatment, the laser can be used both internally (helps with moisture/lubrication, improves sensitivity, reduces urinary incontinence and tightens the tissues) and externally (helps tighten the skin and improve color and texture).  The treatments take about 15 minutes and are essentially pain-free.  Most patients have 2-3 treatments separated by 1 month in between.  I would suggest you set up a consultation for an evaluation.  

Good luck

Restore and Rejuvenate with Female Genital Enhancement

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I perform a variety of treatments and surgeries in Newport Beach, Orange County, CA to enhance, restore and rejuvenate the female genital region. This includes procedures to improve moisture, sensitivity and tighten the vaginal canal; which can enhance orgasm and restore or improve the appearance of the vulva. This includes the labia minora, labia majora, the clitoral region and the vestibule of the vagina.

A vaginoplasty (commonly referred ton as vaginal rejuvenation) is when a diamond shaped section of tissue is excised from the inside of the vagina and brought down to the outside of the vagina.
Often times a small triangular area is also excised from the perineum (the area right below the vaginal opening). This is called a perineoplasty or perineorrhaphy. The size of the tissues removed rarely are larger than a domino block. If needed, sutures that bundle loose muscles together are used to narrow the vaginal opening.
If necessary, this may be combined with a #Labiaplasty which is a surgical procedure that will reduce and/or reshape the #labia. Labia minora are the inner lips of the vagina that cover the female clitoris and vaginal opening. Women with excessively large labia may experience pain during sexual relations, feel discomfort during normal activities or while wearing tight clothing. Or, the labia may be asymmetric or may #hang below the labia majora (the outer lips of the vagina) which some women find this unattractive. At times the outer labia or labia majora may also be excessively large, uneven, or may be too small. The size may be increased with fat injections.

Candidates for treatment include women concerned about the appearance of their genitals, those who experience discomfort, pain or difficulty with sexual relations.The specific problems are noted below in each section. These problems may exist at birth or with growth and development. They can occur with childbirth or other trauma to the region. All of these issues can cause a woman great emotional distress that is often difficult to talk about with their partner, friends and even their doctor.

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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Is there a vaginal procedure to increase wetness and orgasms?

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Yes, we have had great success with FemiLift fractional CO2 laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments paired up with the "O-Shot", a platelet rich plasma injection treatment that we have seen work quite nicely in 60-670% of our patients. Those women have enjoyed improved sexual response as well as orgasmic potential. Come visit us in Arizona!

Help with "wetness and orgasms"

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Our office has had an overwhelmingly great response from our patients who have recieved ThermiVa treatments with hopes of increasing lubrication and climax ability. ThermiVa safely transfers heat via radiofrequency to affected tissues, in this case being the external and internal vaginal tissues. It does no damage to the skin as the heat is directed to deeper tissue layer. Radiofrequency treatments have long been used for muscle and tissue healing by promoting new collagen production which leads to softer, tighter tissue and helps with increased sensitivity and lubrication. The procedure is quick and painless. As for all medical issues, it is best to have a consultation to review your specific case. 

Recipe for Wetness and Orgasm

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Although it varies from person to person, ThermiVa has been touted to increase both wetness and the ability to have "easier" obtained orgasms. More data will be necessary but this is reported by clinicians with experience in this technique and their patients. Sometimes depending on your age and hormone status, estrogen (e.g. creams or patches) may also be beneficial. Discuss with your gynecologist.


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This a common complaint from older patients and also patients who are on anti-estrogen compounds like Tamoxifen.

Thermiva is a radio frequency based system that delivers heat energy to the vagina.  This greatly improves lubrication of the vagina.  Many of our patients report an improvement in their ability to orgasm after the treatment as well.

The treatment is a painless office based treatment, delivered over three 20 minute sessions.

Vagina dryness

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Most patients respond well to Radiofrequency i.e. ThermiVa or Co2 Laser MonaLisa.  They really do improve vaignal dryness as I use ThermiVa on patients who are anti estrogenic as they had breast Cancer and are often postmenopausal and can't use estrogen.   ThermiVa is an excellent way to enhance vaginal moisture.


John R. Miklos MD
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai

Dry Vaginal Tissue - MonaLisa Touch can help!

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Great question! The answer to this question used to be a harsh "NO"! Luckily, technology has advanced enough to provide options to women just like you. If vaginal atrophy is the issue, including lack of lubrication and/or elasticity, you should consider MonaLisa Touch. It's a radiofrequency laser device that causes collagen production, in turn providing you with more elasticity and lubrication. 

Best of luck!

Is there a vaginal procedure to increase wetness and orgasms?

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You should definitely consider ThermiVa which is an in-office procedure that uses radiofrequency to deliver heat and stimulate collagen production in the vagina. This usually involves 3 sessions a month apart. There is no down time, it is painless and no anesthesia is required. It has provided my patients with great results in regards to:
- increase in vaginal lubrication and vaginal tightness resulting in more intense and more frequent orgasms
- treatment of mild urinary leakage and mild pelvic organ prolapse

Best wishes!

Not wet enough during intercourse; hard to orgasm: will surgery help?

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Don't we wish!! No, unfortunately there is no such procedure. But, there is help! Vaginal lubrication on the outside is produced by the "Bartholin's Glands" that produce that slick clear stuff when you are aroused, and the vagina usually produces copious fluid with arousal and sexual activities.  However, sometimes the sexual response system doesn't work so well for a huge variety of reasons.

I'd strongly suggest seeking out an expert in such matters, a sexual medicine practitioner, by looking at the website of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH), , the website of ASECT, or of SSSS and find a professional sex educator in your area- that is the key to "...bigger & better orgasms!

In the meantime, you might check out the weblink below- it will get you started...


Michael P Goodman MD

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