FemTouch - How many treatments before results will become apparent?

I see that FemTouch is a multi-treatment procedure. How many times do you have to do it before you'll see results?

Doctor Answers 11

Number of Treatments

While some patients see results after the second treatment, it is highly recommended that you have three treatments to get the best results and one follow up annually.  


Las Vegas Physician
4.9 out of 5 stars 12 reviews

How many treatments needed

Femtouch is a painless and quick treatment for vaginal atrophy. The number of treatments people can benefit from depends on your symptoms. The first sign of vaginal aging is dryness and most people just reach for lube or when very symptomatic, even estrogen based cream is used. This treatment can be used at any age for this early sign; and like many aspects of aesthetics, pre-juvenation keeps the tissues youthful. In this case even a single treatment will set the clock back. For women who are post breast cancer and menopausal (surgical or natural) can not use hormones, this treatment is really the only way to prevent or treat vaginal atrophy. In this case benefit will be noticed from each treatments and while three treatments are typically recommended there may be women who chose to do additional treatments for additional benefit or as touch ups later down the road.

Quenby Erickson, DO, FAAD, FACMS
Chicago Dermatologic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

Femtouch

You will see results and improvement in vaginal tone and dryness aftet just one Fem Touch treatment, but optimal results are seen after 3.  

Sacha Obaid, MD
Dallas Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 133 reviews

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For optimal results, FemTouch is recommended in a series of 3 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart. The patient will experience some immediate beneficial changes. The maximum benefit is seen at 6 months. We recommend patients return for touch up treatments once a year.

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Patricia Faraz, MD
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Optimizing Outcome with FemTouch

The number of treatments can vary depending on your symptoms, age, and whether or not you have gone through menopause.  In general, we find that three treatments is optimal, but many patients see improvement after their first treatment.  You may also find that you want to do some "maintenance" treatments once per year after completion of your first set of treatments.  It would be best to ask your provider about which treatment length would be best for you.  FemTouch offers a great opportunity to reduce symptoms of vaginal atrophy. I hope you find your symptoms improve!

Neil Fine, MD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

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For ideal results, the FemTouch procedure usually involves 3 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart. Though there may be some improvement after the first session, it generally requires 3 treatments to notice improvement.

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I would recommend a package of three treatments, spaced one month apart from one another.  Some patients have seen results even after one treatment though.

Edward J. Bednar, MD
Charlotte Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 124 reviews

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In our practice we sell all of our FemTouch treatments as packages of 3. It usually takes the full 3 treatments to get the result and sometimes it may even take 4. Thank you for your question!

Anthony J. Wilson, MD
Portsmouth Physician
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We usually tell our patients 3 treatments will be needed. Most patients notice improvement after the first treatment.

Jean M Casello, MD
Northborough Physician
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How many treatments?

we have excellent results with pre menopausal patients with 1- 2 teratments, but most require 3 treatments

Strick Mays, MD
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