Choosing a vaginal dryness treatment that really works
With more open talk in the media about vaginal atrophy, it’s no surprise that women have started investigating vaginal dryness treatment options.
There are many symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy, some of which are more common than others for women. Dryness and burning can be one of the most obvious signs, but vaginal dryness treatment with shelase can help.
Shelase was designed with women’s wellness in mind. In today’s blog we’ll be discussing vaginal dryness treatment in more detail. If you have any more questions please feel free to contact us.
What causes dryness, itchy and burning?
There are several reasons a woman may experience this dryness, burning or itching – some are short term medical concerns and others are long term health concerns.
These are common symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy. This occurs for many women and can present in various ways – dryness in particular is common. This is usually due to the production of vaginal mucus slowing down or stopping.
Vaginal atrophy is usually associated with women over 50, menopausal women, or those who have recently had children. While it isn’t uncommon, this symptom is often uncomfortable and leads to women looking for vaginal dryness treatment.
How can vaginal dryness affect a woman’s life?
This symptom of vaginal atrophy can leave a woman feeling disheartened and uncomfortable. It can affect her sex life and general sense of wellbeing, sometimes leading to feelings of intense discomfort. Seeking vaginal dryness treatment with shelase is a way to combat this concern.
How can shelase help as a vaginal dryness treatment?
While lubrication creams have their place, shelase offers a long term solution to women seeking to treat vaginal dryness. It helps to stimulate mucus production and cell turnover, reducing the feelings of dryness or burning.
Who is suitable for shelase treatments?
Women who are unhappy with the feelings of dryness, itching or burning can benefit from this vaginal dryness treatment. You can find more information about choosing shelase for this concern here.
A full consultation is required in advance to ensure suitability. Find a clinic here.
What happens during the vaginal dryness treatment?
Treatment with shelase is quick and every effort is made to ensure patient comfort. The device is inserted into the vagina and the energy-assisted treatment begins.
You can read more about the science behind the vaginal dryness treatment here.
How long do treatments take?
Shelase treatments are swift and comfortable. Your medical professional will talk you through the procedure ahead of time.
Is it painful?
No. Most women report the treatment to be comfortable. There are minimal risks and side effects.
What other treatments are available?
Shelase can provide multiple results for women’s concerns, including stress urinary incontinence and symptoms associated with the menopause. See the other treatments available here.
Where to get more information
We have detailed information about shelase on this website, including all the different treatments it’s suitable for. Check out the vaginal dryness treatment page if you’d like to explore more.