FemiWave

 

A Breakthrough Solution for Women’s Sexual Health

 

 

What is FemiWave™?

FemiWave is a procedure that uses pulse waves to repair blood vessels, which improves blood flow to the vagina. Women can expect to experience increased sensitivity and lubrication, as well as strengthening, tightening and improved physical appearance. Overall, FemiWave helps enhance sexual performance and function.

The procedure is noninvasive, comfortable and performed on the outer and inner labia right in the provider’s office. There is no downtime, drugs or laser, and results are long-lasting.

 

 

How Does FemiWave™ Work?

 

FemiWave™ is a revolutionary procedure that uses low-intensity sound waves (also referred to as acoustic wave therapy) to restore sensation and natural lubrication. The procedure increases cell signaling in blood vessels, which increases blood flow to nerves and the vaginal lining.

 

The FemiWave procedure activates the growth of healthier vaginal tissue. This process, called neurogenesis, enhances sensitivity in the vagina and can make orgasms easier to achieve. FemiWave restores the ability to lubricate and can reduce pain experienced during intercourse.

 

 

 

 

What to Expect From FemiWave™?

 


In 6 to 12 sessions each taking between 15 to 20 minutes, FemiWave treatments:

  • Stimulate the release of growth factors in vaginal tissue, resulting in the generation of new blood vessels
  • Enhance sensitivity in the vagina
  • Increase natural lubrication production
  • Tighten and strengthen muscles to improve incontinence

By increasing blood flow to the vagina, women will experience increased sensitivity, lubrication, strengthening and tightening.

 

 

What Can FemiWave™ Help With?

 

Sexual Enhancement

Women during all stages of life have an interest in improving their sexual performance with increased sensitivity, better orgasms, and natural lubrication.

 

Menopause & Post Menopause

Menopause is the stage when a woman has not had her menstrual period for 12 consecutive months. At this time, the ovaries have stopped releasing eggs and estrogen production is significantly reduced.
Menopause affects a woman’s body in numerous ways and can continue into post menopause. Symptoms may include a weaker bladder, hot flashes, decreased skin elasticity, problems sleeping and weight gain.

With decreased hormone levels it’s no surprise the vagina experiences changes as well, which can include:

  • Dryness
  • Painful intercourse
  • Thinning of the vaginal lining
  • Reduced sex drive

Perimenopause

Perimenopause occurs a few years before menopause actually starts. This is the time when the ovaries start to produce less estrogen and menstruation becomes irregular. Women generally experience perimenopause in their 40s, but it can start in the 30s or earlier.

Perimenopause usually lasts about 4 years and officially transitions into menopause once a woman does not menstruate for 12 consecutive months. Many symptoms can be present during this time including hot flashes, decreased sex drive, fatigue, irregular periods, vaginal dryness, breast tenderness, urinary incontinence and mood swings.

 

After Childbirth

It’s no surprise a woman’s body goes through many changes during childbirth, but some changes which occur after childbirth can be unexpected to a new mother or leave her missing her old body. Some symptoms may include decreased estrogen levels, bleeding, constipation, stretch marks, hair loss and stubborn belly fat.

Additionally, the vagina can experience things like bruising, swelling, stretching, dryness and overall pain.

FemiWave™ is great for women six months after they have had a child and are looking to:

  • Improve vaginal laxity
  • Help improve urinary incontinence
  • Rejuvenate the vagina
  • Get back to how they looked & felt pre-baby
  • Break down scar tissue from episiotomy repair

Dr. Pierce's Medical Organization Affiliations

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