Case Study 06.13.17.p1
Postmenopausal woman in her 60s complained of painful intercourse, very dry vaginal canal, and repetitive urinary and vaginal infections needing weekly treatments of Boric Acid capsules prescribed by her primary care physician. After three ThermiVa treatments the symptoms completely resolved and Boric Acid capsules were stopped. She is maintained for the long term with estradiol vaginal tablets 2-3 times per week.
Case Study 05.17.17.p1
A 64 year old female came to the office with Sjogren’s Syndrome, Lupus, severe vulvovaginal atrophy, and vulvar vestibulitis. Her dermatologic condition of severe skin dryness and pain caused her stress and discomfort in everyday life. She underwent ThermiVa treatments in the office with dramatic relief of her symptoms.
Case Study 11.17.16.p1
This patient in her mid 50s came in complaining of vulvar laxity and vaginal dryness as well as urinary urgency and frequency.
Case Study 4.7.16.p1
50 year old menopausal female with a large rectocele and vaginal looseness, labial asymmetry, stress incontinence, overactive bladder, and atrophic vulvovaginitis. Underwent rectocele repair, vaginoplasty, hybrid labia minoraplasty, clitoral hood reduction, ThermiVa treatments, and O-Shot.
Case Study 4.7.16.p1
Our menopausal 52 year old female came in complaining of vaginal dryness and looseness and a gaping looking vagina. She also complained of loss of sensation and a difficulty in achieving orgasms. She had a traumatic vaginal birth 15 years ago and had urinary leakage with activities since then. She is now on a yearly touch-up schedule.
Case Study 2.16.16
A very pleasant 65 year old multiparous lady came into the office complaining of symptoms of menopause even after use of vaginal estrogens. She wanted feminine restoration. After treatments, upon exam there was visible creation of new vascularity in the vestibule. She completed her second ThermiVa treatment today and plans to finish all three treatments.
Commentary: The visible vascular changes are evident with the naked eye. New vessels are forming that increase localized blood flow. You can see that before treatment the skin at the vaginal opening is dry and bleeds easily to touch. After treatment the dermatologic conditions improved.
Case Study 2.11.16
This is a 50 year old menopausal woman on hormone replacement therapy who continues to have atrophic vulvovaginitis. She requested feminine restoration for her dermatologic condition.