Urinary incontinence is a stressful and overwhelming thing to experience. And, while it’s a relatively common thing for women to experience, it’s rarely talked about. Also rarely talked about is how women deal with and treat urinary incontinence. In the past, the only way to treat urinary incontinence was with surgery, which, though it was effective, was painful and required a lot of post-procedure downtime. Now, however, there’s a new, completely non-surgical option to stop urinary incontinence: ThermiVa.
ThermiVa is an innovative new way to treat urinary incontinence. It works by using temperature controlled radio frequency to tighten and rejuvenate the vagina. Because urinary incontinence can be caused by changes in the vagina due to vaginal birth or aging, using ThermiVa to rejuvenate the vagina can be an effective way to stop incontinence.
How Does ThermiVa Work?
ThermiVa works through delivering controlled heat energy to the external or internal parts of the vagina. This heat energy stimulates collagen growth, which increases natural tightness.
In addition to being used to treat urinary incontinence, ThermiVa is also used to treat vaginal laxity, labial laxity, vaginal or vulvar dryness, and sexual or orgasmic dysfunction.
What Is a ThermiVa Treatment Like?
ThermiVa is a pain-free, gentle treatment. No anesthesia is required and the entire treatment usually takes around 30-45 minutes. While some patients may need only one treatment, others may need up to three sessions to reach their desired results. If multiple sessions are needed, they will be administered one month apart.
After ThermiVa, no downtime is needed. Patients can resume normal activity immediately, including sexual intercourse. Results of the treatment may be seen right away and, after the patient’s initial desired result is achieved, the effects will last for up to a year. To maintain the results of the treatment for longer than a year, patients can come in for an annual maintenance treatment.
Where Can I Get ThermiVa?
If you’re thinking of getting ThermiVa for urinary incontinence, remember to seek treatment from a licensed and experienced doctor. Since ThermiVa is a relatively new procedure, fewer doctors are familiar with the treatment, so make sure you are treated by a doctor who is skilled at treating patients with ThermiVa.
Dr. Zadeh of Z Cosmetic Health was one of the earliest adopters of the revolutionary ThermiVa technology and is experienced at using it to treat urinary incontinence, vaginal or labial laxity, vaginal or vulvar dryness, and sexual or orgasmic dysfunction. If you’re considering trying ThermiVa for urinary incontinence, or any other issue you may have, contact our office today. You can schedule a free consultation with Dr. Zadeh, an experienced provider of ThermiVa, to find out if this rejuvenating treatment is right for you.