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Your complete guide to the ThermiVa rejuvenation procedure
November 23, 2021 at 5:00 AM
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No matter the exact condition you’re suffering from, vaginal discomfort and degeneration is a painful experience in more ways than one.

Physical discomfort aside, it’s a broad issue that creates difficulties in a few different areas of your life. When you’re lacking as much physical sensation or suffering from something like chronic vaginal dryness or any number of other vaginal issues, intercourse may become less enjoyable at best and, at worst, an ordeal for both yourself and your sexual partner.

The problems obviously don’t end there. Different vaginal conditions can lead to problems in many different areas of your life, causing issues from simple embarrassment to a more serious disruption of your daily life and activities.

At Comprehensive OB/GYN, one of our answers to these problems is the ThermiVa rejuvenation procedure. It’s a treatment trusted as a fairly quick, painless procedure with long-lasting benefits treating a number of vaginal conditions. Read on to learn more about it and why it may be worthwhile for you.

Which conditions does the ThermiVa rejuvenation procedure treat?

ThermiVa is specifically intended to treat conditions like incontinence, orgasmic dysfunction, prolapse, vaginal laxity, and vaginal dryness. These conditions stem from a variety of different causes, typically childbirth, changes in hormone levels, or both.

Examination by a medical professional will ultimately help you determine what’s causing these kinds of issues in your specific case and whether ThermiVa is the appropriate response. They’ll ask about your medical history and gauge your level of interest in surgical solutions during an initial evaluation. This meeting will also give you a sense of the timetable you should expect for the procedure.

How does the process work?

ThermiVa is a non-surgical procedure. Controlled thermal energy is applied to the areas of the vagina you need treatment for, including the external labia, internal area, or both. Generally, it’s a 30-40 minute visit on a day you’re getting this procedure done.

The procedure works by applying heat to your vaginal tissue via radio frequency. The result is the promotion of collagen synthesis, tightening of the issue, improved skin integrity, and more.

A full round of ThermiVa typically includes 3 visits, each separated by 1 month. It doesn’t require any recovery period or anaesthetic, as it’s a physically painless procedure that many patients find to be gentle and relaxing.

Effects of ThermiVa

You can expect quite a few benefits from receiving the ThermiVa rejuvenation procedure, both in function and cosmetic appearance. These benefits include:

  • Tightened vaginal tissue: ThermiVa tightens both internal and external vaginal tissue, reducing laxity and sagging. This essentially means the vagina will be less loose overall.
  • Moisturization: ThermiVa helps vaginal tissue, both internally and externally, become softer, thicker, and more moisturized through its promotion of collagen synthesis.
  • Bladder control: Bladder control, which may become weaker through a combination of factors like age, childbirth, and more, is improved through the ThermiVa procedure.
  • Sensitivity: Conditions and issues like those mentioned above may result in less sensitivity in the vagina, and this is a particular area where many patients have found ThermiVa to be an excellent solution. The procedure can restore vaginal sensitivity and allow for stronger muscle contractions and orgasms over a shorter span of time.

Set up an appointment with Comprehensive OB/GYN!

You may have resolved not to continue suffering as a result of your vaginal conditions, but don’t feel forced into a surgical option right away. ThermiVa may be the right solution for you, as it is for many of our patients dealing with the problems described in this article.

If you’re in need of this kind of treatment, don’t hesitate to reach out through our contact form. You can also call us at (214) 733-8001 or reach out by email at