Want to tap into your body's natural ability to help your vulva or vagina rejuvenate?
Are you one of the millions of women suffering from painful intercourse or just really unhappy with the quality of your orgasm? Is it just too much work to become aroused? Or as you've had more birthdays has intercourse become painful for you due to ovaries that have stopped working? Maybe you are scared of hormone replacement therapy, but really want to have an orgasm without experiencing pain?
Do these sound familiar? Then maybe PRP is right for you!
What is 100% Natural PRP?
Your Natural Healing Process: When you are injured, your body automatically signals for help. It does this by calling your platelets, white blood cells, red blood cells, and other components in your blood to travel to the site of injury. Once there, these cells communicate with each other to release specific growth factors that initiate the natural healing process.
The Science: When used at the site of the injury, the growth factors signal proteins and other components in platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This has been clinically shown to potentiate and accelerate the healing of injured or poorly healed tissue.
The Procedure: PRP is the concentrated portion of your plasma (contains a high concentration of eight growth factors and signaling proteins) derived from your own whole blood that is injected into your tissue to activate your body's ability for self-healing. Your clinician will draw back your whole blood and spin it down in a special centrifuge called a PEAK system. Next, she will drawback just the concentrated PRP and inject this “liquid gold” healing potential into the area where you are in need of tissue healing. Once complete, your body does the rest of the work to rejuvenate your tissue!
PRP of the vulva or vagina can help with:
- Improvement in sexual health/improvement in function/quality of orgasm
- Improvement of female urinary incontinence
- Rejuvenation of tissue suffering from Lichen Sclerosus
- Reduction in dyspareunia
- Rejuvenation of atrophic vulvar and vaginal tissue caused by loss of estrogen or radiation
How do I get started?
Reach out via email to become a new client and schedule your consultation appointment to see if PRP is right for you.