Find Your Inner Strength – A Non-Surgical Treatment for Bladder Leakage and Improved Sexual Sensitivity.
As a woman ages, she can develop vaginal laxity and a loss of pelvic floor strength. The common causes for these changes are childbirth, menopause, weight fluctuations or hormone shifts. The loosening of the muscles in the vaginal wall can lead to a host of issues, including stress incontinence, urge incontinence, a loss of sexual pleasure and decrease in sensation. We are now proud to offer a clinically-proven female rejuvenation treatment for vaginal laxity that is nonsurgical with little to no downtime.
Unlike other vaginal rejuvenation treatments, Viveve is the only treatment that uses algorithmically-controlled cooling to distribute energy evenly across vaginal tissue for optimal treatment. Our consultations are always free. Find your inner strength today!
Scientific studies have shown that vaginal laxity and decreased pelvic floor muscle function can also be caused by hormone imbalances, specifically low testosterone. We recommend that Viveve patients also have their testosterone levels tested. At our office, we offer a simple blood test free of cost. When the lab results are available, a provider will review the results with you and explain what other options, in addition to the Viveve, are available. There is no obligation, the results are private, and there is no additional cost.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I a Fit for Viveve?
If you are experiencing the following, you may be a candidate for the Viveve treatment:
- Tampons feel like they are slipping out
- Vagina feels loose during intimacy
- Decrease in physical sensation during intimacy
- Feeling of air flowing from your vagina
- Stress or urge incontinence
- Bladder leakage during exercise
What is vaginal laxity?
- Just like our skin, vaginal tissue is made up of collagen fibers. Over time, collagen can lose its strength and shape, creating a feeling of looseness (laxity), especially around the vaginal opening. Common causes of vaginal laxity include childbirth, other physical stress on the tissue, aging, genetic pre-disposition and lifestyle.
How common is vaginal laxity?
- Vaginal laxity is an extremely common medical condition. A Viveve-sponsored survey of U.S. OB/GYN physicians revealed that vaginal laxity is the number one physical change that they see or their patients report following vaginal delivery; more common than weight gain, incontinence, or stretch marks. In a survey of more than four hundred women in the U.S. who had vaginal deliveries, nearly half reported some level of concern with vaginal laxity.
When will I start to see results?
- Patients will start to see results in 90-120 days, with peak results in six months.
Will I need to be treated again?
- We suggest that patients retreat once a year to maintain results.
Is there any downtime?
- There is little to no downtime! Patients can exercise, be intimate, and go about their normal lives immediately following treatment.
What does the treatment feel like?
- The treatment feels like a warm sensation.
How long does the treatment take?
- The treatment takes roughly an hour to an hour and a half to complete.
Can I get the Viveve treatment while pregnant?
- Patients need to be six-weeks post-partum to be eligible for the Viveve treatment.