I have Excessive Vaginal Flatulence, Will ThermiVa Help?
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ThermiVa and vaginal flatulence
ThermiVa can reduce vaginal flatulence
Vaginal Flatulence - thermiva
Thanks for your question -
Thermiva uses radio frequency energy to tighten vaginal and perineal tissue. There are several very solid research papers documenting efficacy in terms of vaginal tightening. Like any treatment you should have an evaluation to see if you're right for this procedure but patients have had significant benefits from this great non-invasive treatment.
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ThermiVA can help Vaginal Flatulence
When vaginal flatulence is the biggest concern, its important to be examined by a gynecologist or urogynecologist experienced with pelvic floor repair. Thermiva may be an effective treatment, or the physician may recommend a surgical repair.
Thermiva shrinks the vaginal wall and promotes new collagen ingrowth into the tissue. If the issue causing the flatus is mild, it may very well be the right thing for you.
ThermiVa & Vaginal Flatulence
Yes. ThermiVa uses RF which causes the collagen in the tissue of the vaginal wall to expand. This results in a tighter inner feel of the vaginal canal minimizing air to get trapped and escape occasionally.
Treatment of Vaginal looseness with #ThermiVa
Vaginal flatulence may be do in part to laxity of tissues. This can occur normally with sexual activity or just doing daily activities if the tissue loose support. Estrogen replacement and Thermi are good options
ThermiVa and Vaginal Flatulence: It can help.
Thank you for asking this important question and having the courage to share your story. ThermiVa has been shown to contract and tighten the vaginal tissue by using heat to coil collagen and induce new collagen formation. It may even work to strengthen pelvic muscles. In doing this it often helps with vaginal flatulence. My advice is to be seen by a board certified gynecologist who has experience in pelvic dysfunction to take a look at your anatomy and see whether surgical correction or ThermiVa would be a better option for you. Good luck to you in your treatment!
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