Sexual dysfunction in women is quite common and is often associated with either a biological or physical health issue. For many women the complication with sexual dysfunction are not associated with emotional issues and, for this reason, the ability to overcome the complication can be somewhat challenging.
If you are a woman struggling with sexual dysfunction, it is important to consider your options for treating biological and physical health complications so as to improve your overall emotional and intimacy experience. For some women, the treat considered includes the use of laser vaginal rejuvenation procedures which, at times, can pose additional health risks.
When considering laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment for sexual dysfunction, it is important to not only understand what the optimal outcome may be but also what the risks of this procedure could be as well. For many women, the hope to alleviate sexual dysfunction complications is often the area of focus and the risks associated with this type of elective surgery may be missed.
Because laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments claim success by tightening muscles and reducing the vaginal opening, internally and externally, it is important to keep in mind how this procedure is done. By using a laser, the vaginal tissues can become inflamed, irritated and, for some women, scar tissue can develop. When scar tissue develops, there is a risk for a greater sexual dysfunction outcome. Much like the laser therapy used in laser hair growth therapy, scarring and burns can prevent further improvement in the condition for which you are seeking treatment.
When speaking with your doctor about laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment, be sure that you ask about these health risks and develop a plan of action for alleviating the potential complication. While the procedure is much similar to the type of procedure offered in urinary incontinence treatment, the specifics are slightly modified and it is this modification that can adversely affect your health rather than improve your sexual dysfunction complications.
While there are many reasons that sexual dysfunction occur, most women cite complications with a biological or physical health issue. Treatment for these types of conditions are quite varied and, for some women, the use of laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment is quite successful. But, for other women, there is a risk for further gynecological and sexual dysfunction decline.
Sources: Key Notes in Plastic Surgery, by Adrian Richards