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Ladies! Having a baby can damage your intimate health for life…

Intimate wellness after childbirth

The female pelvic organ support could suffer irreversible damage during childbirth even if the delivery were via a cesarean section. Carrying a baby to full term alone can produce significant pressure on the connective tissue and muscle system within the female bony pelvis, collectively known as the pelvic diaphragm.

 The pass of a full-term baby through the vaginal canal will over-stretch the muscle, elastic tissues, and nerves. This process could cause irreparable damage to pelvic floor support.

The consequences of Childbearing on female quality of Life

  • Risk of developing prolapse of the pelvic organs. Which could worsen with additional pregnancy and over time
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Decreased sexual response
  • Pain during intercourse. 

What is the best way to reduce the devastating consequences of a woman’s most precious moment? Prevention.

What to do?

Pelvic floor Therapies– with EMSELLA– a breakthrough treatment that utilizes a computerizing guided electromagnetic energy to stimulate contractions of the pelvic floor muscles. Only take six sessions of 30 minutes. The patient sits in our unique design chair each session wearing her street clothes. The chair does all the work, restoring the pelvic muscle’s density, tone, and strength.

Radiofrequency Treatment-(Thermiva) Stimulates the Elastic tissue of the vaginal wall promoting the new formation of collagen and other connective tissue components. At the same time increase blood flow which supplies nutrition to the tissue.

O-ShotYour body’s Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) can be injected into the clitoris and around of urethra. It will promote increased enervation and supportive tissue. You are restoring and enhancing orgasmic response and sexual satisfaction. In addition, at the same time correcting stimulates the collagen under the urethra, which helps to resolve many cases of urinary incontinence.

These therapies are recommended after each full-term pregnancy and once a year. Each addresses a different component of pelvic floor health and should all be implemented. Women with all or some of these symptoms should consider these treatments even years after their last childbirth.

We offer multiple therapies and services for a complete makeover of women’s intimate parts to improve the aesthetic appearance and function in the convenience and comfort of our private office.

Who is the candidate?

  • Unhappy with the outer appearance of the genitalia.
  • Decreased sexual response
  • Vagina feels looser than normal
  • Urinary incontinence

What do we offer?

Non-surgical Procedure:

  • Radiofrequency treatment- (Thermiva)
  • restore the youth of the external genitalia by tightening the skin
  • Stimulate blood circulation, Collagen, and other elastic components of the vaginal walls. Improving support, lubrication, and sensation

Surgical procedures:

  • Labiaplasty- remove the redundant skin of the small labia at the entrance of the vagina
  • Labia majora remodeling- can go both ways- to reduce the size or to restore the fullness of the large outside labia of the vulva.
  • Surgical Vaginal rejuvenation– The shape of the bottom of the vaginal opening may become distorted by childbirth and age. Our simple surgical procedure performed under local anesthesia will restore the tension and support of the lower third of the vagina restoring the vagina to a more youthful appearance than before childbirth. Also, the sexual gratification for the female and her partner will be enhanced.


     When PRP (Platelet Rich -Plasma) is injected into the clitoris and the area under the urethra (the famous G-Spot), these platelets will release growth factors that promote the growth of new nervous and supportive tissue.

The Results:

  • Magnified the Orgasmic sexual response
  • Reduce and, in many cases, eliminate urinary stress incontinence, urgency, and nocturia.
  • Is a more practical alternative treatment for Lichen Sclerosus


M.D., PHD, F.A.C.O.G., CCS

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