Who Is Not A Candidate For FemiLift

FemiLift is a minimally invasive laser treatment primarily used for vaginal rejuvenation, addressing issues like vaginal laxity, dryness, urinary incontinence, and sexual dysfunction. While FemiLift is generally safe and effective for many women, there are certain situations where it may not be recommended.

Candidates who may not be suitable for FemiLift include:

  1. Pregnant women: FemiLift is not typically performed during pregnancy due to potential risks to the fetus.
  2. Women with active vaginal infections or inflammation: It’s generally recommended to treat any existing infections or inflammation before undergoing FemiLift to avoid complications.
  3. Women with certain medical conditions: Individuals with conditions such as uncontrolled diabetes, immune disorders, or certain types of vaginal prolapse may not be suitable candidates. It’s important to discuss any medical conditions with a healthcare provider before undergoing the procedure.
  4. Women with vaginal mesh implants: The safety and efficacy of FemiLift in women with vaginal mesh implants have not been extensively studied, so it may not be recommended for these individuals.
  5. Women with a history of certain gynecological treatments or surgeries: Depending on the specific procedure or treatment history, FemiLift may not be suitable for all individuals. It’s important to discuss past medical history with a healthcare provider.

Ultimately, the decision of whether FemiLift is appropriate for an individual should be made in consultation with a qualified healthcare provider who can assess the person’s medical history, current health status, and treatment goals.

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Dr Richard Young

Dr. Richard Young is a board certified cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgeon

As one of the nation’s leading innovators in aesthetic surgery of the face, hand, breast and body, and a pioneer of reconstructive surgery and stem cell procedures, Dr. Richard Young is certified by the Board of Plastic Surgery and the Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery.

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