More than 40% of American women deal with sexual dysfunction and 18% experience urinary incontinence of some sort. PRP harnesses the healing powers of the body to help treat these common conditions in women.
PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation is a natural and healthy way to treat urinary incontinence and enhance sexual health. It’s a non-surgical procedure that is done in Dr. Prasad’s office using a local anesthesia. The procedure begins with a routine blood draw which is then filtered through a machine that separates the platelets from the blood. The extracted platelets (PRP) are then injected into the numbed vaginal area. There is no downtime after the procedure. You can return to work, normal activities, and sexual activity the same date.*
The sexual health benefits of vaginal PRP include:
Relief from painful intercourse
Tightening of the vaginal opening
An Increase in clitoral sensitivity and arousal*
An increase in pleasurable sensations*
Vaginal PRP is also proven to be effective in treating urinary stress incontinence by stimulating collagen growth in the bladder.
Dr. Prasad is a trained and certified physician performing the PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation procedure. As a female physician that has experience in the treatment of women with gynecological concerns, she understands the issues that women face today. She wants women to know there is help regarding sexual dysfunction at any age.
Schedule your private consultation today with Dr. Prasad to discuss the benefits of PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation.
*Comments from all success stories and reviews are the expressed opinions of those patients and their experience and do not represent guaranteed results.
All before and after photo results vary and are not guaranteed.
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