FemTouch is an innovative state-of-the-art CO2 laser technology addressing common vaginal health related conditions that can occur after childbirth and menopause. FemTouch promotes the stimulation of new vaginal tissue growth, by triggering collagen production. Generally, the Fem Touch vaginal laser procedure requires just 2-4 short out-patient treatments, until the desired outcome is achieved. The procedure causes minimal discomfort.
- The Fem Touch addresses:
- Vaginal Dryness
- Incontinence such as leakage with coughing, sneezing
- Painful Intercourse
- Chronic Urinary Tract Infection after Menopause
- Aesthetic appearance issues of the external vaginal area
How Does It Work?
The FemTouch was designed to deal with problems that originate with child birth and menopause. It is physician operated and a highly successful treatment option for women. FemTouch is an innovative CO₂ laser treatment that is applied along the vaginal walls and delivers very gentle controlled ablation and coagulation of the vaginal lining for improved vaginal health. Developed by the leading company for aesthetic medical laser devices, in collaboration with leading gynecologists, Lumenis now offers a fast and efficient treatment that treats vaginal health conditions, along with other common vaginal health issues.
What Should I Expect?
During the FemTouch™ treatment you may experience a minor heating sensation, yet it is important to know that FemTouch™ is an extremely gentle and comfortable procedure. Typically, the FemTouch procedure requires 2-4 out-patient treatment sessions lasting a few minutes each, in order to provide optimal results and achieve the desired outcome of vaginal tissue. Women who have started treatment with FemTouch™ have noticed improvement after just 1-2 treatment sessions. It is important to consult your physician regarding treatment options available, based on your individual concerns and medical history.
Do I Need It?
FemTouch™ is suitable for premenopausal, menopausal, and postmenopausal women, from as young as 20, up to 70, or even 80 years old who are looking to improve their vaginal health. Women, especially menopausal and after childbirth, start noticing symptoms related to their vaginal health that affect their quality of life and lifestyle.
*Results may vary from individual to individual.