What To Expect During Your DiVa Treatment
Anyone who says “women have it easy!” clearly have no idea what being a woman means. Periods, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, etc., PLUS the stresses of life would be enough to make any man kneel over. Unfortunately, a lot of these female facts-of-life are particularly taxing on private parts and their function, especially as time passes. Men’s sexual health has had the spotlight for decades, but it’s finally time that people start focusing on what can be done to help make women’s sexual health easier, better, and more fulfilling.
The DiVa treatment, a non-surgical, hybrid fractional laser technology, is changing the game by shifting the attention to what can be done to help women’s health. This laser technology allows doctors to properly customize DiVa treatments to fully address intimate needs, improve vaginal health, and boost overall confidence.
Are you thinking about DiVa? Keep reading below for more information!
Am I Right for DiVa?
DiVa mainly focuses on vaginal tightness and urinary incontinence, depending on the patient. While DiVa works well for aesthetic purposes, it also helps improve both functional and medical issues like dryness, laxity, etc. DiVa uses laser technology that targets the vaginal wall and improves tissue growth for a healthier, stronger, vaginal contour. The thicker tissue provides better lubrication, decreased pain sensitivity, tightness, and more.
That being said, DiVa is for women who have completed childbearing and are in overall good health. Most women who participate in DiVa are over 40 and are experiencing or have experienced menopause symptoms.
DiVa is not a medical treatment
It’s important to keep in mind that DiVa is not meant as a medical replacement for women who have very real medical issues. Before going into treatment, it’s important to talk with your doctor about the symptoms you’re experiencing. DiVa is meant for vaginal rejuvenation which improves vaginal health and sexual experience. This can greatly aid in medical issues, but not replace the need for your doctor to evaluate your symptoms first.
What will happen during my treatment?
DiVa treatments are easy, comfortable, and quick – lasting only around 10 minutes to complete! One of our technicians will bring you to one of our private, comfortable rooms and guide you through the whole procedure.
To ensure maximum comfort, a topical cream and injectable numbing agent will be provided. This means you won’t feel a thing during the entire procedure. Then, our beautician will gently insert the device and rotate it in a circular motion. Keep in mind that the beautician will have customized the DiVa, so the results are going to be targeted to fulfill your unique needs! A disposable applicator covers the DiVa device, so you can rest assured you’re getting the safest and cleanest service. To help maximize your comfort during the procedure, feel free to bring music and earbuds, an eyemask – whatever helps you relax.
What is recovery like?
You’ll be able to resume your regular routine after the DiVa procedure. You may experience slight soreness and pressure, although that will only last a few days. Your area will be sensitive, so you will want to hold off on exercise for around 3-5 days, and even then ease in lightly. You should not have sex until your beautician advises it, which is determined case by case (usually not more than a few days. But trust us, the wait will be worth it after DiVa!).
How many treatments will I need?
It's worth it.
Over 85% of women who’ve had DiVa report that DiVa has helped their vaginal health, sexual intimacy, and overall confidence. This treatment is groundbreaking for women’s private issues, and is definitely worth it. Be sure to talk to your doctor before embarking on DiVa.
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