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Learn How Hormone-Free MonaLisa Touch Can Remedy Painful Sex After Menopause

Learn How Hormone-Free MonaLisa Touch Can Remedy Painful Sex After Menopause

Vaginal burning can be a brutal and oftentimes uncomfortable situation. Postmenopausal irritation and discomfort during intercourse can lead to distress and mixed feelings. You might feel helpless to remedy your situation, while at the same time worrying that you're being unfair to your partner.

You want to feel love again but you abstain from sex because of the pain. How can you overcome this nightmare?

Where to turn for help

Turning to creams and lotions might seem like the quickest solution, but these alternatives can be detrimental to your health, might not work anyway, and for women with sensitive skin, they could lead to chafing or rash.

Now, finally, after years of not having anywhere else to turn, women have a new option.

The MonaLisa Touch laser treatment is a breakthrough step for vaginal rejuvenation, combining effectiveness with unmatched swiftness in results. It attacks the problem from the inside rather than the outside, as topicals attempt to do.

What is MonaLisa Touch, exactly?

The MonaLisa Touch is a small laser probe that is inserted into the vagina. It then releases energy pulses that stimulate the tissues within the vagina and promote the growth of new collagen. It is proving to be a very safe, painless (no anesthesia!) procedure, with little downtime between procedure and results. We at OB-GYN Associates of Marietta recommend 2-3 visits to ensure the maximum results.

Because the procedure takes less than five minutes, you can see why it fits so conveniently into women’s schedules. You can even schedule an appointment over your lunch break and then go right back to your day, because there is no downtime afterward.

Youl no doubt have questions about the procedure, and our staff is happy and willing to assist you every step of the way when considering a MonaLisa Touch procedure.

While menopausal and postmenopausal sex can be challenging, the pain and discomfort don’t have to get the better of you. The MonaLisa Touch is quicker than creams, and you’re rejuvenating your vaginal tissue, not just covering up the problem with topicals.

You don’t have to live through painful postmenopausal sex. Give us a call today or book a visit on our website for a free consultation at one of our two locations in Marietta and Woodstock, Georgia. You can feel alive and get back to doing the things you love without having to worry about chafing or soreness.

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