Geneveve by Viveve – Feel Sensational!
A Simple Treatment for Vaginal Laxity that Can Impact Overall Well-being is here. Geneveve is a new way to rejuvenate your vaginal tissue and reawaken sexual sensation without surgery. Just like skin, vaginal tissue relies on collagen for support. With the normal aging or childbearing, the tissue can become stretched and weakened. It causes vaginal looseness, which can lead to loss physical sensation during intercourse and also urinary incontinence.
What Is Vaginal Laxity?
Vaginal tissue is made up of collagen fibers. Over time or with trauma the collagen can lose its strength and shape, creating a feeling of looseness, especially around the vaginal opening. Common causes of vaginal laxity include childbirth, other physical stress on the tissue and aging. If you experience vaginal laxity, you may also notice a difference in sensation and satisfaction during intercourse.
WHAT IS URINARY INCONTINENCE?
Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is a frustrating problem for millions. Never knowing when and where you might have an accident can affect everything from work to exercise to your social life. It happens to both men and women, but it’s more common in women. Studies show that at least half of older women may have some form of incontinence. The main symptom is peeing unexpectedly. If you leak a bit when you laugh, cough, sneeze, jog, or lift something heavy, you may have stress incontinence. This is the most common bladder control problem in younger women. Stress incontinence happens when the muscles and tissues around the opening of the bladder are weak. When there’s more pressure against the bladder and this opening doesn’t stay closed, leakage happens. Pressure from coughing or laughing may be all it takes for you to leak. There are a few reasons why these muscles can lose strength: They may be stretched by weight gain, a sports injury, or pregnancies and vaginal childbirths.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THE GENEVEVE TREATMENT?
Clinical studies have shown statistically improvement in vaginal tightening, to pre-childbirth levels, at 1 to 12 months following a single, treatment. At 12 months, improved and sustained tightening was shown in 90% of the women as well as improvement in sexual satisfaction. A third clinical study showed that women who received the Geneveve treatment showed more vaginal tightening at 6 months than women who did not receive the treatment.
IS THE GENEVEVE TREATMENT SAFE?