How the Geneveve Treatment can help you!

Urinary Incontinence is something that can affect women at any age. There are two types that commonly afflict people, called stress and urge incontinence and it is also possible to have a mixture of them both. Stress incontinence is categorized by a urine leakage anytime there is physical exertion. Coughing, sneezing, and laughing can all lead to a leakage if you have stress incontinence, and the most common cause is weakened pelvic floor muscles. Urge Incontinence can also be called an overactive bladder and in these cases a person will feel the sudden urge to urinate even if their bladder isn’t full, followed by a sudden loss of urine. This type of incontinence is often triggered by age and can be caused by such things as bladder muscle contractions as well as a side effect from diabetes or a neurological problem. Multiple factors can cause urinary incontinence, but in women, one of the most common causes is childbirth. A woman’s body makes miraculous changes during pregnancy, but one of the after affects of a natural delivery could be a weakening of the pelvic floor or a prolapse. Having a prolapse is less common, however it does happen. It occurs when the bladder, uterus, rectum or small intestine gets pushed down from the usual position and protrudes into the vagina. That is often only correctable by surgery. However, in the case of weakening pelvic floor muscles, new technologies that are minimally invasive and easy to use have been developed. Geneveve by Viveve is one of those. Incontinence can be embarrassing but it doesn’t have to stop your life. Ask your doctor about the Geneveve treatment and decrease the number of unwanted accidents today.

There are other vaginal irregularities that can happen in women. Vaginal loosening can occur after natural childbirth, which can lead to an inability to orgasm, slight urine leakage, and reduced sexual pleasure for both you and your partner. Luckily there are many vaginal tightening options available to you. Kegel exercises are one of the most common and also first treatments to be recommended to a women suffering from a loose vagina. Kegel muscles are the muscles responsible for stopping urine mid stream, and the way to strengthen the kegels is to tighten them for small increments at a time working your way up to a longer time. These exercises can only truly help milder cases of vaginal loosening and for more severe cases there are other options. Surgery, called vaginoplasty, can be done to tighten the muscles and skin in and around the vagina, however as it is a surgery and carries all of the normal surgical risks, it is normally only recommended for severe cases. Additionally, technologies like the Geneveve Treatment by Viveve are one of the newest ways to tighten your vagina. It is a minimally invasive treatment that has an almost immediate affect on your vagina and is the longest lasting one-time treatment currently available. If you are suffering from lack of sexual sensation do not wait, find out if Geneveve is right for you.

The Geneveve Treatment is the only one time treatment that can help with urinary incontinence, lack of sexual sensation and improve vaginal tightness. It is minimally invasive and sends an electrical current to the muscles in order to stimulate a response. It is a 30-minute, single treatment that will help improve your vaginal tightness. Here at Skinfluence, we always want to make sure that our patients are living their best life and the Geneveve Treatment can help assure that. Make an appointment with us today if you feel that the Geneveve Treatment might help you.