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January 6, 2019

Treating vaginal dryness without surgery

The ME Clinic offers shelase for treating vaginal dryness

Intimate health treatments such as shelase can help to improve symptoms of atrophy when treating vaginal dryness and other common, but unwanted, issues.

The ME Clinic in Cardiff was one of the first clinics to take on the unique shelase laser treatment, which has been helping women after childbirth and menopause.

shelase is changing the lives of women who have previously been left to suffer with vaginal atrophy with little to no help or guidance.

shelase is designed to help women who are either going through or finishing the menopause, or are suffering with vaginal atrophy symptoms as a result of childbirth. Vaginal atrophy symptoms can include stress urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness and itching, and painful sexual intercourse.

Each of these symptoms can be distressing, but for some who suffer with one or more often it can be life changing. The aim of this treatment is to bring back a sense of harmony and balance – women should feel comfortable and in control of their intimate health.

As well as treating vaginal dryness, shelase is proven to provide relief from symptoms such as vaginal itching and pain during intercourse. The menopause can cause natural mucus production to so down or cease altogether, and this treatment is able to rejuvenate the vaginal walls and bring a sense of well-being.

On top of that, this type of non surgical treatment can also help to rejuvenate a patient’s sexual health, as well as improve vaginal laxity. This is a multifaceted treatment, which in turn is making it very popular with women over 45.

Unlike other devices out there which are designed to offer cosmetic results, many of which don’t turn out to be particularly effective, shelase is scientifically proven to offer physical relief from all the symptoms mentioned above.

The ME Clinic was the first clinic in the UK to offer this type of intimate health treatment for female patients, and has been proud of the results they have managed to provide.

Unlike alternative laser treatments, this revolutionary device harnesses the power of mixed technology to rejuvenate the health of the vagina. The mixed modality is scientifically proven to improve symptoms of vaginal atrophy including vaginal itching and stress urinary incontinence, and is a reliable method of treating concerns relating to dryness and discomfort.

Treating vaginal dryness and other atrophy symptoms takes just minutes with this device. Every patient is different, however, and a full consultation is required in order to ascertain suitability and whether multiple treatments will be required.

If you would like more information about the treating intimate health concerns with shelase please contact