Menopause is a worldwide symptom for women from the age of 45+ with the decrease of estrogen levels and the shift of certain hormones resulting in vaginal atrophy symptoms like dryness, SUI, pain or discomfort which they have labelled as Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM). Menopause can cause the lining of the vagina to reduce in thickness, become dryer, inflamed and lose elasticity. Shelase will be able to assist in stimulating the vaginal wall to increase its thickness and restore the vaginal flora and PH balance resulting in the removal of these uncomfortable vaginal symptoms.
shelase helps to reduce vaginal dryness and itching which are common issues relating to the menopause.
shelase is a reliable and non invasive treatment to improve vaginal laxity.
By improving the mucus production in the vagina the treatment reduces concerns such as painful intercourse.
For some women, the menopausal symptoms including vaginal atrophy are overwhelming and they require treatment. Considered embarrassing and uncomfortable, many vaginal concerns reported by women include vaginal itching. They often report it affects their mental wellbeing as well as day-to-day life physically.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER RECEIVING THE SHELASE TREATMENT?
You will be able to go home immediately and no overnight stay is required as Shelase is entirely non surgical.
HOW MANY TREATMENT SESSIONS WOULD I REQUIRE AND HOW LONG DOES THE TREATMENT TAKE?
While many women report improvements after one session, sometimes a course is required. A consultation is needed to ascertain what level of treatment with shelase you require. Treatments can take as little as 10 minutes.
WHEN WILL I START TO SEE/FEEL A RESULT FROM THE SHELASE TREATMENT?
Results vary patient to patient but can often begin to be felt within hours.
HOW LONG WILL THE RESULT OF THE SHELASE LAST?
The results of shelase treatment are long lasting, however a follow up treatment later down the line helps to maintain the results.
HOW WILL I FEEL AFTER THE SHELASE TREATMENT AND DO I NEED TO BE AWARE OF ANY POST CARE?
You should feel fine and well, as no anaesthetic or invasive techniques are used. You will be given full aftercare advice from your doctor.