Before undergoing a laser gynecological treatment, it is necessary to ensure that you have a regular PAP test obtained in the past year, that you are not pregnant, and that you do not have menstrual bleeding at the time of the vaginal laser treatment. If you have Pelvic organ prolapse (POP), you must get it tested by Prolapse Toronto clinic.
Laser Gynecology Treatment
Vaginal laser therapies may address several issues, but incontinence remains one of the most common concerns in women (also known as SUI in the vaginal treatment world). This is a more frequent epidemic, much more than many people think, and sometimes women do not go to physicians as they feel ashamed. When pressures are elevated on the bladder this is the most frequent form of incontinence, stress urinary incontinence.
It may occur while sneezing, exercise, and laughing and, it allows urine to spill out of the bladder unintended. Stress urinary incontinence is caused by weak muscles in the pelvic floor and the connective tissue supporting the pelvic floor. Weakening of muscles and tissues is common with age and after childbirth.
There is now an answer to the very popular issue, it’s a Toronto laser gynecology treatment. Lasers for stress urinary incontinence are non-ablative and are used to stimulate collagen formation and to tighten and shrink vaginal tissue.
Vaginal relaxation syndrome is another problem that many women face (VRS). The vaginal syndrome has typical signs of laxity and increased diameter of the vaginal canal. This is mostly exacerbated by childbirth, increased following few deliveries. VRS can be fixed by laser gynecology Therapies Toronto. In short and fast bursts, thermal energy is diverted to the vaginal region. This laser treatment leads to a narrowing of the vaginal canal by initiating collagen formation and shrinking the skin cells of the vagina.
Finally, pelvic organ prolapse or POP is a third common problem. This is a form of pelvic floor disease that affects about one-third of all women in their lives. Pelvic organ prolapse is more frequent in women of older age than after deliveries. The expression prolapse refers to an organ descent. The bladder, uterus, and vagina can be affected. The pelvis organ is treated in a soft, non-invasive manner using a laser gynecological treatment. The tissue in the infected region is tightened to contract the vaginal canal so it can efficiently address the problem of pelvic prolapse.