Are you experiencing vaginal laxity or vaginal dryness? You’re not alone, many women experience vaginal changes over time, and it’s usually treated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT). However, HRT is not for everyone, as breast cancer patients are often restricted from taking hormones. But there are effective alternatives like Geneveve available. But how can the Geneveve system benefit breast cancer patients who can’t take hormones?
What is Geneveve?
Geneveve is a minimally invasive feminine rejuvenation procedure that restores vaginal tightness. It is a comfortable, one-time treatment that uses cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) to revitalize the vaginal tissues. Geneveve is done on an outpatient basis and takes about 30 minutes to complete. There is no pain or downtime, so patients can resume normal activities immediately after treatment.
How can the Geneveve system benefit breast cancer patients who can’t take hormones?
Geneveve is one of the best options for breast cancer patients looking for an alternative treatment to HRT for their vaginal symptoms.
Vaginal laxity and vaginal dryness are symptoms that affect many menopausal women. Unfortunately, some breast cancer patients are not able to take hormones because the type of cancer they have can actually be stimulated by more estrogen in the body. However, because Geneveve is a non-hormonal treatment, it is a suitable alternative for women that can’t take estrogen.
Geneveve delivers RF energy deep into the vaginal tissue. This triggers the body’s regenerative process as it strengthens existing collagen fibers, and produces new collagen. Rejuvenating the tissues of the vaginal wall restores overall vaginal health. The results of Geneveve can last for up to 1 year.
If you are looking for an effective non-hormonal solution to reverse vaginal laxity and related conditions, Geneveve may be the right option for you.
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.