Our doctors at Géniale are highly trained and experienced in the latest, state of the art laser technology and procedures in managing uterine prolapse. About six out of ten women will benefit from vaginal laser treatment.
What you can expect:
Over 50% improvement after first treatment.
No downtime with only 30 minutes, painless treatments (2-3 treatments, 4-week intervals).
Natural vaginal tissue rejuvenation for youthful pelvic collagen tissue.
Prolapse of the vaginal walls, bladder or rectum can be a natural result of pregnancy, vaginal delivery or ageing. This is known as vaginal relaxation syndrome. Obesity and lack of exercise may also contribute. It seems logical that women who maintain a healthy lifestyle minimise their risk to develop vaginal prolapse. Also be mindful that our genetic make-up is a major factor.
Laser treatment is effective in mild to moderate cases of prolapse and can substantially improve your quality of life. In comparison to surgery, laser treatment is an uncomplicated and painless procedure with no side effects. As little as 2 treatments (4 weeks apart) are required for mild and moderate prolapse though some women may require 3 or 4 sessions. The benefits can be experienced for up to a year.
What is the advantage of laser treatment for prolapse of the uterus?
Laser treatment is ideal for those women who have prolapse of the uterus resulting in incontinence. The laser treatment is effective in mild to moderate prolapse and substantially improves your quality of life. In comparison to surgery, laser treatment has no side effects, it is painless and is an uncomplicated procedure. It is known as the lunchtime procedure.
How many treatments will I need?
About six out of ten women will benefit from vaginal laser treatment. Two treatments (four weeks apart) are usually required for mild and moderate prolapse.
Some women may require three or four sessions.
In most women, the positive benefits last for up to one year. Follow-up treatments at six to twelve months can be considered.
*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Every treatment at Géniale is personal and individualised. We invite you to make an appointment to meet our team to discuss your treatment options.