Childbirth can cause unwanted changes to your body including a small problem of wetting your underwear = urinary incontinence. Then there's the point where your sex life goes down the tubes. But these life problems may have a new solution to be a thing of the past.
A new procedure called FemiLift, may help you regain control and get your body's sex drive back in gear. According to the National Association for Continence, a quarter of women over the age of 18 have experienced involuntary urinal leakage. Also known as stress incontinence, this leaking occurs due to the pressure placed on the bladder during childbirth, other physical activity, or simply the aging process.
After giving birth many women are also less interested in sex or get less satisfaction from sex. This is where FemiLift comes in. During this quick (15-minute) non-invasive treatment, a wand-like instrument is inserted into the vagina to deliver fractional laser energy, which tightens the vagina and increases lubrication.
There is no downtime with FemiLift, no pain, and the risk of side effects is low. “FemiLift is an amazing technological breakthrough in the treatment of female urinary incontinence and is also effective for vaginal rejuvenation,” says New York-based dermatologist Bruce Katz, MD, one of the premier providers of FemiLift therapy.
Katz, the Director of the Juva Skin & Laser Center, a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Icahn School of Medicine and Director of the Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center at Mount Sinai Hospital, is extremely excited about this new treatment.
“FemiLift is great for women interested in having a ‘mommy makeover’ as well as for post-menopausal women,” he says.
If you’re one of the millions of women tired of walking around with wet pants and a purse full of extra pads, FemiLift may be your answer. FemiLift will allow you to regain control of your body without having to undergo costly surgery. Most women need three sessions over a three-month period.