Sagging Sex Life? It Could Be Your Loose Vagina

Sagging Sex Life? It Could Be Your Loose Vagina

Keeping a sex life alive is no easy task! And that’s especially true as your body has to handle the wear-and-tear of daily life, year after year.

You may notice the quality of your sex life decreasing due to vaginal looseness, irritation, and dryness. Emotions of insecurity can also harm your sex life, as you pull back from your partner and stop taking exciting risks in the bedroom.

At Longoria OBGYN, Dr. Leonardo A. Longoria and his compassionate and experienced team may be able to help. Dr. Longoria provides vaginal rejuvenation treatment to new and existing patients in the El Paso, Texas area. Here’s what he wants you to know about the benefits of vaginal rejuvenation.

Vaginal laxness, irritation, and discomfort

Your vaginal muscles and tissues can go through a lot, from childbirth to menopause and beyond. You also depend on a delicate mix of hormones to keep your tissues lubricated and your libido active. So, there are many reasons why you might find yourself dealing with genital discomfort, dryness, or muscular looseness.

You should know that you don’t have to live with sexual discomfort or dysfunction. Talk to Dr. Longoria about your concerns surrounding your sex drive and your vaginal discomfort, and he can recommend effective treatment options to help restore your confidence – and your sex life!

Patients aged 30-60 may be able to benefit from nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation therapy. You may be a good candidate for this treatment if you want to improve your sexual function, tighten your vaginal canal, or even reduce the prominence of your vaginal labia. Vaginal rejuvenation may also be helpful for patients with urinary incontinence issues.

How vaginal rejuvenation can help

Dr. Longoria frequently recommends noninvasive ThermiVa® vaginal revitalization treatments to patients who are dissatisfied with their vaginal appearance or function. With vaginal rejuvenation therapy, you can rediscover your lust for life and get back to the good times.

The small ThermiVa handheld device allows Dr. Longoria to treat both your internal and external vaginal and vulvar tissue. Using the ThermiVa device, Dr. Longoria directs radiofrequency energy to stimulate your genital tissue.

ThermiVa radiofrequency energy is specially calibrated to treat delicate vaginal tissue. You won’t feel discomfort during treatment, which takes place totally in-office and doesn’t require any anesthesia or recovery time. The treatment device is noninvasive and sterile.

Vaginal rejuvenation treatment stimulates the growth of new collagen in your genital area, the protein that makes your skin taut and firm. You tend to lose collagen with age, but vaginal rejuvenation can turn back the clock on your collagen reserves. 

You’ll notice improvements in your vaginal tone, function, and appearance after a single treatment session, but you may need three treatments spaced about a month apart to see your best results.

To learn more about how vaginal rejuvenation treatment can get you your sex life back, get in touch with Dr. Longoria and the Longoria OBGYN team today. Schedule your appointment over the phone or book one online now.

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