How can I improve vaginal laxity after 2 kids?
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Improve Vaginal Laxity
Thank you for your question.Loss of vaginal laxity can be common after childbirth. I would recommend a vaginoplasty which helps tighten the vaginal walls that have become loose due to childbirth or aging. I would wait until you are done having children to have this procedure done so it doesn’t affect your results. I hope this helps.
Best of luck in your endeavors!
James Fernau, MD, FACS
Board Certified ENT
Board Certified Plastic Surgery
Member of ASPS, ASAPS, ISAPS, The Rhinoplasty Society, AAFPRS, OTO/HNS, ASLMS, International Federation for Adipose Therapeutics & Science
Vaginal laxity and vaginoplasty
Hi, Co2 treatments are great for the vagina, but if there is excessive laxity, a vaginoplasty is still the best treatment option. If you are done having kids, I would consider a vaginoplasty. If not done with having kids then Mona Lisa or co2re Intima are good temporary options.
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Vaginal laxity can be a medical issue or a cosmetic/functional issue
Vaginal laxity is not uncommon after childbirth, but the children are definitely worth all of our dedicated input into their lives. The MonaLisa Touch will help some; most women notice improvement after the treatments, but it will not correct large changes in laxity. All of your other medications and events you listed will not have a large impact on laxity. Local muscle toning like Kegels will help with some of the symptoms. You are probably at a point to decide if it is worthwhile to undergo a surgery to make larger changes. Sometimes there is actual prolapse where a surgery is medically indicated, and if not, it is more of a cosmetic or functional procedure. There are surgeries that can be done to tighten the vaginal walls and target your symptoms and medical issues in the pelvis. Overall, if you are months from delivery, it may not be a good idea to consider surgery unless you are having significant symptoms, although surgery is not a wrong thing to consider at this point. Work with your gynecologist to decide medically and personally what is the best thing to do. One thing you can also consider that is conservative is to work with a certified pelvic floor physical therapist to do directed treatment of the pelvic muscles. Surgery is not without potential complications, so consider this carefully and make sure it does for you what you want.