A non-invasive treatment using radio frequency
Thermiva can help women who experience vaginal laxity after childbirth, those who have had cancer treatment, and those who are menopausal and suffer from vaginal dryness and for whom sex has become problematic, as well as the 10 to 15% of females who will suffer from incontinence at some point during their lives.
It is a non-invasive treatment using radio frequency. The heat improves collagen formation, encouraging new collagen formation within the vaginal skin and giving it a much younger feel.
It works through heat energy that is transmitted through a probe which is inserted into the vulva and vaginal area. The probe is moved around within the vagina to target different areas.
The procedure is currently only available in Dublin’s Rotunda Hospital. Three sessions, each a month apart, are recommended. It costs €2,800 for the procedure, including initial consultation. For more information on Thermiva, see www.gyne-health.ie.