Tighten Vagina In Just 60 Mins

WOMEN’S HEALTH: New Technology Promises To ‘Tighten Vagina’ In Just 60 Mins: Facts About Vagina Plastic Surgery

By  on March 2 2017 10:14 AM

Women who wanted to improve the tightness of their vagina may want to try this new technology. Plastic surgeons from V’Juvenate located in Queensland, Australia uses a heated wand which releases radio-frequency energy to tighten the skin. This is another option in vagina plastic surgery.

ThermiVa is a new thermal technology that uses a curved, heated wand. The procedure lasts for only a minute. Best of all, it is painless.

Before, women can choose between vaginoplasty and labiaplasty, which are two of the most known procures to tighten the vagina. Vaginoplasty is usually done after childbirth to tighten the vagina after it becomes loose from childbirth. Surgeons will do labiaplasty, done on the “lips” of the vagina, to make them smaller or assymetrical. Usually, the two comes hand in hand. But a new technology is changing the way we look at vagina plastic surgery.

Vagina Plastic Surgery: What Is ThermiVa

An American company has developed the ThermiVa in 2007 but was only made available in Australia last year. This breakthrough procedure is an alternative to using cream, laser treatment and vagina plastic surgery. ThermiVa has the same end result of getting a vagina plastic surgery where it tightens up the vaginal tissues.

Experts suggest a minimum of at least three ThermiVa sessions to get the best results. Each session takes 40-60 minutes. Experts recommend this procedure for women who are uneasy with the lack of tightness of their vagina, reports the Daily Mail. The ThermiVa’s radio frequency energy can also help address the vagina’s dryness, discomfort, orgasmic dysfunction and mild to moderate incontinence. These issues on woman’s vagina come from childbirth or menopause, says WebMD. Kegel exercises may be helpful, but the ThermiVa appears to have better results and claims to fix these concerns.

The Side Effects

There seem to be no side effects after the thermal procedure since women can go through their day’s activities, even having sex and exercise the same day after the treatment. The downside is that the treatment can cost you $2000 for the 3-session package at the rate of $800 for each session.

A clinic in Sydney provides the technology and charges $1000 per session. The treatment takes about 15 to 30 minutes and the clinic requires three sessions over three months to acquire the intended results.

In the meantime, you can get back to the Kegel exercises while weighing your options.