The anatomy of the female vagina
The female vagina is a complex organ that includes the smooth functioning of the female reproductive, urinary and gastrointestinal systems. It is covered by cylindrical epithelial cells in its largest part, while only in its last and outer part, as in the vulva, it has squamous covering epithelium, which resembles the skin.
Problems encountered in a female vagina
With the time lapse for a woman, vaginal delivery and also menopause with the hormonal deficiencies it brings, creates trophic and anatomical changes in the female vagina, which become on the one hand visible but more felt by the patients in their daily life, in the functioning of the vagina and in achieving sexual intercourse, altering its quality.
Laser treatments to improve & treat vaginal problems
These changes and ailments are improved or cured with the use of erbium laser vaginal tightening in the doctor’s office, without the need for surgery, painlessly, in 2-3 sessions.
Especially vaginal delivery, with the expansion and rupture of the vaginal walls during the exit of the fetus and selective episiotomy (section of the perineum and muscles during expulsion) create relaxation of the tissues and muscles of the vagina and a reduced sense of fullness during the sex.
Specialized treatments in cases of severe vaginal relaxation
In some cases, the initial changes worsen over time and result in heavier relaxation and herniation (cystocele, rectocele and prolapse of the uterus) accompanied by stress urinary incontinence (with the increase in intra-abdominal pressure). These cases, which usually involve older women, genetically burdened and several years after giving birth, often in the climacteric or menopause, most often require surgical treatment.