For many women, especially those who have given birth vaginally, the idea of getting a Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation surgery has been at least a curiosity if not a serious considerable idea. Along with the wondering and worrying that accompanies the decision making process for whether she should go through this kind of procedure, some key questions come up.
Month: October 2015
After childbirth, trauma or aging, there are major changes that occur in the vaginal canal. In the anterior compartment, sometimes you find a bladder that has fallen. Posteriorly, the rectum can prolapse into the vagina to different degrees. Most of the time these changes are symptomatic, with feelings of pelvic pressure, inappropriate bladder emptying, and possible chronic constipation. In addition, women feel significantly less during sexual intercourse.