With genital cosmetic surgeries growing increasingly popular, many women are uncovering the benefits of vaginal rejuvenation surgery. Though an uncomfortable topic for some, a healthy vagina is important to sexual function, self esteem, and correct functioning bladder and bowels. Pursuing this procedure can be driven by personal desire for a different appearance of the internal and external vagina (view images), sexual discomfort, and bladder and bowel functions.
In addition to being uncomfortable, vaginal laxity is also anatomically unsettling. Many women experience tears and laxity during vaginal delivery. This is also known as looseness of the vagina. With the vaginal canal widening a considerable amount while in labor, the vagina usually does not return to its pre-childbirth state. Most women notice the vaginal looseness during sex, with exercise, and pressure in the pelvic area with standing up.
As a uro-gynecologist, Dr Tahery specializes in identifying damages to the vaginal structure and repairing them. Dr. Tahery has designed outpatient procedures to restore vaginal appearance and function under local anesthesia, that are minimally invasive with minimal down time.
Described as the unintentional loss of urine, stress incontinence involves leaking urine in response to sometimes even minimal physical activity. Laughing, sneezing, and coughing are prime examples. Not only urine loss and odor can be embarrassing, but it prevents women from being physically and sexually active in fear of urine loss. Vaginal rejuvenation procedures have proven wildly effective in remedying this issue. Dr Tahery designs individual treatment plans that are well tolerated, minimally invasive, and effective.
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Bloated, Gas, Constipation, and, Hemorrhoids
One of the most common complaints in women is abdomen bloating, gas, constipation, and hemorrhoids. Weakness in the wall between the vagina and rectum results in entrapment of stool. Inability to empty the stool results in gas, abdominal bloating, pressure in the rectum and vagina, and hemorrhoids. This is also called “outlet obstruction”. Identifying and repairing the weakness in most cases can resolve these most bothersome issues.
Dry Vaginal Tissue
One of the most common physical changes in perimenopause and menopause is vaginal dryness. Vaginal rejuvenation surgery is touted as an effective treatment for this symptom of menopause. Vaginal dryness can make it difficult and painful to have sex, and it can also make women more susceptible to infection. Laser and radiofrequency vaginal rejuvenation procedures are effective in treating dryness, increasing the blood flow to the vagina, and restoring natural lubrication.
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To discuss your options and procedures recommended by Dr Tahery, book your personal appointment at either our Los Angeles or Glendale office. You can also explore before and after gallery to see the possibilities of vaginal rejuvenation.