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Many women turn to vConfidence when they are experiencing symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy, including dyspareunia, vaginal dryness and laxity, urge incontinence, dysuria and stress incontinence. All of these conditions can have their roots in vaginal atrophy, also known as atrophic vaginitis, vulvovaginal atrophy and urogenital atrophy, which is a condition that causes the vagina and tissue near the vagina to get dry, thin and inflamed. Whether due to depleted estrogen from menopause or perimenopause, cancer treatment, vaginal births, medications, contraindications to hormone replacement therapy or postpartum adjustments, vaginal atrophy is caused by an estrogen deficiency resulting in a reduction of blood flow and an increase in the pH balance of the vagina. These conditions can cause women to experience infection, dysuria or urinary tract infection (UTI) issues. These are among the most common vaginal health issues that vConfidence’s highly-skilled specialists can help you address with non-invasive solutions with no downtime.

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We often associate vaginal health concerns with symptoms of menopause because of how hormone therapy has been marketed and advertised over the years.

Hormone therapy for vaginal health is most often used to treat symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood swings, sleep disorders, and decreased sexual desire.

It can be prescribed as local therapy – creams, rings or tablets – or systemic therapy – oral drugs, patches, gels, and/or implants.  These therapies are products produced by pharmaceutical companies and may contain a variety of ingredients (including, but not limited to): estrogen, combined estrogen and progesterone, selective estrogen receptor modulators, and sometimes testosterone.

Please consult with a physician before considering hormonal therapy as an option.



Historically-speaking, vaginal surgery has always been an option when it comes to a woman’s health.   Both the vaginal sling and the transvaginal mesh are two examples of surgeries that are delivered far less frequently then before.

The vaginal sling procedure is often recommended to solve symptoms of urinary incontinence.  This procedure is a significant surgery and should be considered only after evaluating all of your other options.  Many vConfidence patients have not required the vaginal sling procedure after receiving a treatment from one of our non invasive energy based devices.

As with most surgical procedures, these procedures are invasive, expensive, and require days and/or weeks of downtime or modifications to a woman’s lifestyle including sexual activity.

Cosmetic surgeries include Vaginoplasty and Labiaplasty.  The Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure to tighten vaginal tissue.

Labiaplasty is a surgically performed procedure on the labia, or the ‘lips’ of the vagina. Similar to a vaginoplasty, it is also considered plastic surgery; it can be performed on its own or in conjunction with vaginoplasty.

As with most surgical procedures, these procedures are invasive, expensive, and require days and/or weeks of downtime or modifications to a woman’s lifestyle including sexual activity.

Please consult with a vConfidence certified physician to discuss your options and make sure to ask about non-invasive options first.

If you want to enjoy life again, now you can with the full range of procedures from vConfidence, utilizing minimally invasive technology that requires no post-procedure downtime. Contact us today to learn more or to set up your consultation.

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