Do Geneveve Treatments Hurt?

non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, Sherman Oaks, CA

Childbirth and aging can bring on some unwanted changes, such as vaginal laxity. Geneveve is a one-time vaginal rejuvenation treatment that can help relieve this and other vaginal issues. But do Geneveve treatments hurt?

Vaginal laxity

The vaginal tissue is a lot like the skin, as it contains collagen fibers that weaken over time, resulting in a feeling of looseness, especially near the vaginal opening. This is common among women that have had vaginal deliveries, as well as menopausal women.

Geneveve for vaginal laxity

Geneveve is an effective treatment for vaginal laxity and vaginal dryness for women of any age. It’s also an excellent option for breast cancer patients that cannot undergo hormone therapy to correct these vaginal issues.

Geneveve uses RF energy along with patented cryogenic cooling to treat vaginal issues safely and effectively. It delivers heat deep into the vaginal tissue, and the monopolar RF energy penetrates the vaginal tissues to a depth of 3-5mm. The uniform distribution of the energy ensures that there is no discomfort during the procedure.

Do Geneveve treatments hurt?

Geneveve treatments do not hurt, and no type of anesthetic is required. While patients may feel warm and cool sensations as the tiny pulses of RF energy are delivered, there is usually no pain or discomfort during treatment.

The patented cryogenic cooling technology gives Geneveve the ability to keep the surface tissues cool as the deep heating is going on in the underlying tissues. This feature makes the procedure very comfortable for patients.

Geneveve is a completely non-invasive treatment for vaginal laxity that takes only 30 minutes to perform.

Do you think that Geneveve may be the right treatment for you? Call the West Coast Women’s Reproductive Center in Sherman Oaks, CA at (818)-616-9277 today to schedule a consultation. Or, you can fill out the “Request a Consultation” form on the side of this page.

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