An increasingly popular option among women all over the world, vaginal rejuvenation is an aesthetic intervention that remodels the appearance of the female genital organ. Vaginal tightening or vaginal rejuvenation usually combines two procedures: vaginoplasty (vaginal tightening) and vulvoplasty (remodeling of the vulva or labia). For people who want a remodeling of the vagina after birth, significant weight loss or aging, vaginal rejuvenation gives them confidence and comfort.
Although it is true that vaginal tissues can stretch in a surgical fashion, they cannot guarantee that the person will have increased libido after remodeling the vagina, since desire, excitement and orgasm are complex, very personal, conditional factors emotional, spiritual and interpersonal.
Are you a good candidate for vaginal rejuvenation? The following reasons should guide you if it is worthwhile or not to use this procedure:
- You have scars as a result of previous genital surgery;
- You have urinary incontinence of stress and want to combine a vaginal lifting with a correction procedure.
- You want a more elegant, more refined contour of the labia and vulva.
- If you have a good health, a positive attitude and realistic expectations, you are most likely a good candidate for this procedure.
Before surgery, your doctor will give you the preoperative instructions. It is important that you do not smoke before the procedure to allow the tissue to heal more quickly. At the same time, avoid taking aspirin, certain anti-inflammatory and some herbal medicines that can cause bleeding.
Academy Laser Clinics offers MonaLisa touch, a laser treatment that stimulates body’s regenerative processes in order to generate more healthy cells in the vaginal walls. This helps increasing the acidity of the vagina to normal level, the end effect being the vaginal canal being tightened, improving sexual life and self-confidence.
A woman’s natural sexual desire will fluctuate over the years. Intense or low, the libido of a woman coincides with the beginning or ending of a relationship, with major changes in life (pregnancy, menopause) or general health. Some anticonvulsant or antidepressant drugs may trigger a decrease in libido in women. If persistent or recurrent diminished sexual desire causes personal suffering, the cause could be the hypoactive disorder of sexual desire.
If the interest in a person’s sexual activity is minor, it must be known that there is a solution. Changing lifestyle and learning sex techniques will change your mood and increase libido. Some medicines may be helpful, as recommended by a specialist doctor.
When should you consult the doctor?
The solution to solve this problem could be quite simple, so if you feel like you need help you should consult your physician.
Causes of low libido
The sexual desire is based on the complex interaction of several components including intimacy, physical and emotional well-being, experiences and lifestyle, its beliefs and values, and the present relationship.
If a person is experiencing a problem in any of these areas, libido may be affected.
Physical causes – a variety of illnesses, physical changes and medications can cause decreased appetite. These include:
- medical conditions – arthritis, cancer, hypertension, coronary diseases, neurological diseases.
- alcohol and drugs – a glass of wine can do miracles, but too much alcohol has a negative influence on libido.
- surgery – any surgery that has been performed on the breasts or the genital tract can affect the body image, sexual function and desire for sex.
- fatigue – Exhaustion caused by the care of elderly parents or young children could contribute to lowering libido.
Hormonal changes can influence libido in a negative sense. These may occur:
- during menopause – the level of estrogen decreases during the transition to menopause. This may cause a low interest in sex and the dryness of vaginal tissues, which results in painful or uncomfortable sexual intercourse. Women may also experience a decrease in testosterone, a hormone that helps increase sexual appetite in both men and women.
- during pregnancy and during breastfeeding – hormonal changes during pregnancy, after birth and during breastfeeding can act as a shock absorber for sexual life. Hormonal change is not the only aspect that affects your privacy. Fatigue, care for body changes and stress related to newborn growth and care can contribute to changes in sexual desire.
For men, low libido can happen due to several causes. They can be psychological or physiological. Erection problems can cause low libido too, and CALIBRE clinics offers a treatment with the PRP procedure. What does this involve? It is a procedure that is based on the substances already existent in the body, meant to regenerate the tissues in the penis. This is also a great rejuvenation procedure since it stimulates the production of collagen. In case you feel this might be something you worry about, book your appointment at CALIBRE clinic.
The PRP Procedure only uses substances already naturally found in the body, namely concentrated blood platelets and growth factors. These are used to trigger repair and regeneration of tissue and vessels in the penis. This leads to enhanced blood flow and nerve sensitivity and so helps the patient to achieve and maintain a normal healthy erection. Because the PRP Procedure also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin there’s the added benefit of rejuvenating the cosmetic appearance of the penis’ skin.
Acne is an inflammatory condition of the skin that affects predominantly those areas where most sebaceous glands are found: face, chest, shoulders and back. It may occur at any age, but teenagers are most affected by this problem as a result of intense hormonal activity specific to puberty, hormone activity that stimulates excess secretion of sebum from the sebaceous glands of the hair follicle. This sebum is the ‘food’ for acne microbes.
Etiological and favorable factors may include pathogenic staphylococci, Corynebacterium acnes, Propionibacterium acnes, androgen hormone hypersecretion, gastrointestinal tract disorders, hypopituinosis, anemia, hereditary factors, eating habits and metabotal disorders, or the use of inappropriate cosmetic products. and sebum hyper-secretion of the hair follicles (especially in adolescents), secretion that constitutes ‘food’ for the microbial agents mentioned above.
The lesions caused on the epidermis are manifested by the appearance of black dots, white dots or pimples on the surface of the skin. In some cases, there are deeper lesions, called cysts. Black spots are small, dark colored shapes that result from the accumulation of a mixture of seborrheic and dead cells that block pores. White spots are small protruding skin, skin or white skin that occurs as a result of the blockage of pores, sometimes containing pus. Cysts are deep lesions that form either immediately under the skin or deeper and contain substances whose consistency is either liquid or semi-solid.
Acne treatment may be undertaken using a variety of methods: antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, food-hygiene-dietary and local cream treatment. The modern treatment is the laser treatment of active acne and the treatment of acne complications, namely post-acne scars. The best results in the treatment of acne will only be obtained in combination with the three types of treatment listed above.
At Academy Laser Clinics, the physicians provide different treatment options according to your needs and scar tissue, like Hypertrophic Raised Scars or Keloid Scars and Atrophic Scars. Just book your initial consultation and work with a professional to design your treatment plan.