1. Vaginal dryness in climacteric and menopause
Iatrogenic menopause - external genitalia atrophy after ovariectomy and hormonal therapy during breast cancer treatment.
Over the years, vagina and vulva atrophy following the development of natural iatrogenic menopause, resulting in vaginal dryness as well as reduced elasticity and moisture. The most common symptoms include burning sensation, pain, inflammation and malaise. Atrophy can result in pain as well as in reduced sexual pleasure during intercourse due to injury, and apart from the consequences on the couple’s relationship, it may also have a negative effect on a woman’s self-confidence that is caused by negative psychology as a result of vaginal dryness.
2. Genitourinary syndrome of menopause
Dryness during menopause can cause imbalance in the vaginal flora and its pH, making it susceptible to recurrent, recrudescent genito-urinary system infections. These physical and psychological afflictions can prove quite serious, as very often they can be time-consuming and distressing affecting a woman’s quality of life.
Hyaluronic acid is injected into the vaginal mucus membrane under local anaesthetic and its application is painless and bloodless. By improving humidity and elasticity, it restores balance of the vaginal flora. By reducing the risk of inflammatory relapses, it improves a woman’s quality of life. The results are visible from the very first minutes of application and can last up to 12 months.
3. Non-surgical labiaplasty
Natural aging may contribute to volume loss and fat decrease in external genitalia, resulting in reduced firmness and sensitivity in the area that can affect the quality of a woman’s sex life.
Hyaluronic acid injection into the Labia majora -The larger (major) outside pair of labia (lips) of the vulva- is a non-surgical procedure that restores the volume and symmetry of the larger lips of the vulva, with excellent aesthetic results.
- Microbial and viral inflammations
- Hypersensitivity to ingredients, excipients and hyaluronic acid
- In immunocompromised patients and patients with a clinical record of autoimmune diseases.
Rare cases of mild side effects, such as swelling, bruising, itching, and tenderness might appear in rare cases and subside in a few days.
Any undesired side effects that persist for more than a week should be reported to the attending physician.
Areas of Application
- Vulva - Vagina
- Labial Augmentation - Infiltration
- Genitourinary Syndrome - Dyspareunia - Recrudescent Urinary Infections