Is There a Treatment for Vaginal Dryness & Recurrent Infections?

It seems as though whenever you switch on the television, you see an ad that’s promising another solution to vaginal dryness and recurrent infections. Yet despite all their promises, you still see no sign of relief. Instead, you’re dealing with messy creams and gels that do little to alleviate your suffering…

And you’re ready for answers now!

If you suffer from consistent vaginal infections or are experiencing the kind of vaginal dryness that makes it difficult to enjoy intercourse (or both!), it’s time to discover what the FemiLift can do for you at the Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in South Miami, Florida.

FemiLift is a new and innovative approach to treating recurring vaginal infections, as well as vaginal dryness. FemiLift works by using gold standard laser technology to deliver targeted thermal heat energy, thus producing exceptional results. This technology is clinically safe and approved by the FDA, making it a great choice for women who want the best treatment for vaginal infections and dryness.

FemiLift uses heat energy to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin within the vaginal walls. As the walls become strengthened, natural lubrication increases, meaning vaginal dryness is quickly alleviated. The strengthened and thickened walls also help to correct any imbalance of flora within the vagina, which often contributes to recurrent infections. Once the pH balance is restored, infections start to decrease, as the “bad” bacteria are balanced by the presence of health flora.

In addition to seeing a decrease in vaginal infections and increased natural lubrication, women who undergo the FemiLift procedure typically experience these positive benefits:

FemiLift is also a great treatment option for post-menopausal women or women who have recently given birth and are seeking vaginal rejuvenation.

For more information about the FemiLift procedure and how it can help you with vaginal dryness and recurrent infections, schedule your consultation with the Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in South Miami, Florida.

Dr. Rafael Perez

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