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Is FemiLift Vaginal Rejuvenation Suitable For You?

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

After finding out about FemiLift Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation you might be wondering "is it suitable for me?" Perhaps you'd like to know if FemiLift is your best option or if surgery could be a better fit for you?

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At Dr Hala Medical Aesthetics we get asked these questions a lot, and with good reason. You want to know about all of the options available and if they are suitable for you before making a decision. In this article you'll learn about whether FemiLift is the best treatment for you, if you could benefit most from a surgical procedure, or if you need a different kind of treatment. We promise that by the end you'll have a better understand of how you could manage your symptoms and which treatments are best for you.

Who is FemiLift Vaginal Rejuvenation Suitable For?

While the term "vaginal rejuvenation" can seem a little broad, there are a few key symptoms that you can treat with FemiLift. You could be a great candidate for FemiLift if you are struggling with any of these symptoms:

  • Vaginal dryness

  • Vaginal laxity or "looseness"

  • Stress urinary incontinence

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You can find some more details about the benefits of FemiLift treatment here, but if you're struggling with the above concerns then there's a good chance that FemiLift is suitable for you. Keep in mind that you should still have an initial consultation prior to having or paying for any treatment. You should have the severity of your symptoms assessed by a gynaecologist so that you can learn what to expect from FemiLift treatment, and find out if you may need another supplementary treatment such as Desirial intimate filler.

Who is FemiLift Vaginal Rejuvenation Not Suitable For?

This article wouldn't be complete without discussing who isn't a good candidate for FemiLift treatment. FemiLift is not suitable for:

  • Individuals suffering with vaginal prolapse.

  • Individuals who would like a labia reduction.

  • Individuals that are not experiencing any symptoms; for example wanting a tighter vagina even though they do not have any degree of vaginal laxity. The FemiLift is and should only be provided after an assessment has shown there are symptoms that could be relieved with treatment.

  • Individuals struggling with vaginismus. This is more commonly treated with psychosexual assessment and counselling, followed by Botox injections if counselling is not effective.

While FemiLift may not be suitable for these concerns, don't worry, there are options available. You may find that surgery or other non-surgical treatments could work for you. Let's find out more below.

Is Surgery Your Best Option?

Surgery may well be your best option, such as in some of the cases above. This does depend on the individual condition and how severe it is, but surgery may be your best option if:

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  • You have moderate to severe vaginal prolapse that has not responded to non-surgical treatment. These non-surgical treatments could consist of a vaginal pessary and/or pelvic floor strengthening exercises.

  • You want to reduce the size of the labia. In this case you would need a surgical procedure called a labiaplasty.

While these are not major surgeries it is always worth educating yourself on the procedure, possible side-effects and complications, the recovery period, and the cost. Consult with a GP or surgeon to help identify the potential benefits of surgery and weigh them against the potential complications.

So there you have it; who FemiLift is suitable for, who it isn't suitable for, and when surgery may be your best option. You should now have a much better understanding of whether FemiLift is suitable for you, so that you can more confidently approach the right clinics and doctors for the right treatment. It is perfectly understandable however for you to want this information tailored specifically to your needs, such as in a consultation. Click the button below and fill out the form to book your free consultation,and find out the best steps for you to take in managing and relieving your symptoms.

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