Restore Your Vaginal Health With Non-Invasive Viveve®

If you live with incontinence, uncomfortable or unpleasurable sex, or other disruptive reproductive health symptoms, treatment is available. Too many women assume that the seemingly age-related vaginal health and pelvic floor problems are inevitable and something that needs to be endured. Don’t be ashamed to ask for help.

Here at OBGYN Care of Oklahoma, with two locations in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, our experienced and compassionate physician, Shaurin Patel, MD, provides innovative, noninvasive Viveve® treatments to restore your vaginal health. We offer this quick, in-office treatment not only to restore your vaginal health but also to your overall quality of life. 

What is Viveve?

The Viveve system provides a safe, FDA-cleared treatment to stimulate collagen production in your vaginal tissue. The equipment uses patented, cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) to deliver volumetric heat (90 J/cm2). The heat triggers your body’s natural ability to create new cells to repair itself, and boosts collagen production, which strengthens, plumps, and restores your vaginal tissue. 

The Viveve device regulates the temperature of your vaginal tissue to significantly reduce any risk of injury and ensure your comfort during and after your treatment. The best part? You only need one in-office treatment to see an improvement in your vaginal health.

What issues can Viveve correct?

Your body goes through a lot of changes. Not only are pregnancy and childbirth physically taxing on your reproductive organs, but as you approach menopause and your hormones decline, your vaginal tissue can become thin and dry. This not only reduces support to your pelvic floor but also increases your risk of experiencing pain during sex. As a result of these physical changes, you might develop issues like:

Here at OBGYN Care of Oklahoma, we help women who are living with a variety of disruptive, embarrassing, and uncomfortable issues. We provide compassionate, confidential, and expert care to help you maintain your health and a fulfilling life.

The Viveve treatment

Dr. Patel customizes your treatment to address your specific needs. The Viveve treatment lasts between 30-50 minutes. You simply relax while the Viveve device is inside your body. You might notice a warming sensation, but most patients don’t report any side effects. 

Recovering from Viveve

You won’t need downtime to recover from the Viveve treatment, although you should wait for at least 48 hours before having penetrative sexual intercourse. This allows your body some time to start the healing process and build new collagen. Viveve provides rapid changes to your vaginal tissue, and you should notice improvements to your sexual function, ability to orgasm, and ability to control your bladder. Your body continues to make new collagen in the coming weeks, and your vaginal health should continue to improve.

If you’re ready to get help for issues like urinary incontinence, painful sex, and other side effects of vaginal atrophy, give us a call or make an appointment online to find out if Viveve treatments are right for you.

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