ThermiVa: What is The Downtime?
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In addition, Many women say that in addition to having no downtime, they notice initial results immediately, with full results after the third treatment in a series of three.
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Nick Slenkovich, MD, FACS
Is there any downtime after ThermiVa? Will I need to take any time off of work?
Thermi-Va for vaginal tightening, No downtime
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The great benefit of ThermiVa is there is zero downtime. Patients walk out of our office feeling even better than when they walked in. They can resume all normal activities including exercise and intercourse immediately after treatment.
Downtime With ThermiVa
There is absolutely NO downtime with ThermiVa treatments. Typically, the external labia will appear slightly swollen and pink in appearance for the first 2-3 hours after a treatment. Patients may resume their normal exercise routine, are able to have intercourse and may submerge in water immediately following their treatment.
The typical protocol for ThermiVa treatments at my practice is 3 treatments, spaced 4 weeks apart. I tell my patients that many women see improvement in vaginal tightening after the first treatment, but that optimal results will be observed 3 months after the third treatment.
Virtually No Downtime with ThermiVa
There is little to no downtime with ThermiVa. Patients are able to resume normal activities of daily living with no restrictions for physical or sexual activity the day the treatment is administered.
There is no downtime after having any ThermiVa treatments. Many patients schedule them during the work day or in between things and they are able to go back to their normal day. It's also possible to resume sexual relations with your partner the same day or night as a treatment.
There is no downtime associated with ThermiVa treatments. Patients can go back to their normal lifestyle immediately following the procedure without any discomfort.
ThermiVa - No DownTime
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