What are Your Treatment Options for Vaginal Dryness?
There are a variety of estrogen therapies for vaginal atrophy, such as topical creams and oral medications. For some women, these forms of treatment do not completely improve symptoms. Topical estrogen may not be recommended for women who have breast cancer (especially if they are taking an aromatase inhibitor), women who have a history of endometrial cancer or women who have undiagnosed bleeding.
Since 2008, MonaLisa Touch™ has been successfully treating women with vaginal atrophy. MonaLisa Touch™ is the ideal treatment for patients who are looking for a less invasive procedure, compared to traditional surgical or pharmaceutical treatments. MonaLisa Touch™ is well suited for women with breast cancer who cannot or prefer not to receive estrogen therapy.
This painless in-office procedure uses a CO2 laser to help rejuvenate the vaginal cells in order to increase collagen production and restore vaginal health. Many women report immediate results following the first treatment.