About PRP for Female Sexual Health at CNY Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery
The female body is constantly in flux, thanks to hormonal fluctuations, childbirth and a never-ending onslaught of daily stressors. In short, life can be hard on a woman’s intimate life! Fortunately, there’s an all-natural solution that may help you reclaim your intimate wellness: platelet-rich plasma (PRP) at CNY Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery.
PRP is a concentrated portion of your very own blood that spurs intense healing and rejuvenation within the body. PRP for female sexual health involves injecting PRP into the clitoris and anterior vaginal wall, helping to boost blood flow and stimulate new cellular growth for a wide range of possible improvements, including:
- Enhanced sexual sensation
- Enhanced libido
- Intensified orgasm strength
FAQs: PRP for Female Sexual Health in Syracuse, NY
How is PRP for female sexual health administered?
PRP for female sexual health is a simple and relatively quick treatment performed in one convenient visit to our medspa. We will first draw your blood and apply a topical numbing cream to your treatment area. While you are numbing, we will spin your blood in a special machine that isolates your PRP, called a centrifuge. Once your PRP is ready, we will carefully inject it into your clitoris and anterior vaginal wall.
Is PRP for female sexual health painful?
You will be numb and should not experience discomfort during your treatment. There may be some slight discomfort post treatment, which improves in a day or two.
Is there any downtime with PRP for female sexual health?
No. There is no downtime with PRP for female sexual health. You will be able to return to your regular day immediately following your treatment.
Are there any side effects?
You should experience few, if any, side effects, following your treatment. Most patients only notice improvements following their treatment, not side effects.
How long do the benefits of PRP for female sexual health last?
You may experience improvements for up to a year following your treatment, though everyone responds differently. You may benefit from follow-up maintenance treatments, as needed.