Relieve Painful Intercourse Without Hormones: MonaLisa Touch®

Hormonal changes can influence many aspects of your health, especially if you’re a woman. When your hormone levels fluctuate during pregnancy or as you approach menopause, you may experience a variety of symptoms that impact your sex life.

Vaginal dryness and irritation can make sex unpleasant and even painful, and you may start shying away from intimate moments to avoid the discomfort. While there are temporary solutions, such as over-the-counter lubricants, that make intercourse more comfortable, these treatments can be inconvenient and may turn out to be less effective than you had hoped.

At the Center for Gynecology & Restorative Medicine, Dr. Michelle Starke offers MonaLisa Touch vaginal rejuvenation, a revolutionary method for improving your vaginal health without hormone therapy or surgery.

The impact of hormone changes

Throughout your menopausal years, your estrogen levels fluctuate or drop, leading to unexpected changes in your vaginal health. These changes in estrogen can cause the mucous membrane of your vagina to thin, and you may begin to experience increased vaginal dryness that leads to itching and irritation.

Dryness and thinning of the vaginal tissue, as well as a decrease in your natural lubrication, causes friction during sexual activity. As a result, sex can become painful, which may also lead to embarrassment and even problems in your relationship.

MonaLisa Touch can improve your sex life

MonaLisa Touch is a painless laser procedure that requires no downtime or incisions. Dr. Starke uses a cutting-edge, handheld wand to deliver controlled fractional CO2 laser energy directly into your vaginal canal.

This energy stimulates your body’s natural production of collagen that plumps your vaginal tissue, improving its strength and structure. Healthy tissue increases vaginal lubrication, restoring your sexual pleasure.

Over time, your body continues to generate new collagen. MonaLisa Touch treatment can turn back the clock on your vaginal health, restoring sexual function with long-term results.

Other benefits of MonaLisa Touch

In addition to improving your sex life, laser treatments with the MonaLisa Touch make your vaginal tissue thicker and more elastic, improving not just the functionality of your vagina but its appearance as well. For most women, this also leads to a boost of self-confidence.

As your vaginal tissues tighten, your natural vaginal pH balance is restored, reducing your risk for infection as well.

You also benefit from improved vaginal muscle strength, which can prevent urinary stress incontinence and eliminate embarrassing leaks when you laugh, sneeze, or are being intimate with your partner.

Results after just one treatment

The laser energy delivered by the MonaLisa Touch wand is painless and effective, with noticeable results after your first treatment. Additional treatments ensure your collagen production is consistent and long-lasting, so you can enjoy a long-term reduction in vaginal dryness, itching, and irritation.

Dr. Starke creates a customized treatment plan, analyzing your individual needs, to help you achieve your desired results. Treatment is minimally invasive and requires no anesthesia or downtime.

Reviving your sex life with the MonaLisa Touch is safe and effective, allowing you to enjoy the long-lasting benefits of more satisfying sex and increased confidence in your vaginal health. You can rely on Dr. Starke’s expertise at any stage of your life.

Book an appointment online or by phone to learn how MonaLisa Touch can change your life.

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