Maintaining Vaginal Health Post Menopause

Last Updated on September 5, 2020 by Ellen Christian

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Have you ever considered your vaginal health post menopause? We all know that our bodies go through all sorts of changes during menopause from fluctuations in hormone levels to weight gain. As if gray hairs and wrinkles weren’t enough to think about already.

Maintaining Vaginal Health Post Menopause

Some symptoms of menopause are simply aggravating like the five pounds that I cannot seem to get rid of and the periodic hot flash that bothers me when I least want it to. But, there are some symptoms of menopause that can be painful and need to be addressed. Many women feel that the symptoms from declining levels of estrogen have a negative impact on their lives, but very few look to their doctors for solutions. Vaginal health post menopause is just one of those topics that some women don’t feel comfortable talking about. But, it’s OK to talk about because as many as 50% of postmenopausal women suffer from painful symptoms that effect intimacy.

MonaLisa Touch® is an innovative laser therapy that delivers fractional CO2 laser energy to the vaginal wall tissue to promote vaginal mucosal revitalization. The MonaLisa Touch® procedure is easy, safe, gentle and effective. In just three 5-minute, in-office treatments, which require no anesthesia and are virtually painless, women can get back their smile and quality of life. Patients receive three 5-minute treatments, at six-week intervals, with a recommended annual follow-up treatment.* (*Your doctor will determine if follow-up treatments are necessary.)

The MonaLisa Touch® is an option for any woman experiencing the painful symptoms of menopause, as well as those who are experiencing a change in their vaginal health as a result of a hysterectomy or breast cancer treatments. The laser therapy is available at OB/GYN, Urogynecologist, and Urologist offices, as well as top medical institutions across the country. For more information and to find a doctor in your area, please visit

If this is an option you think might be right for you, you should contact your healthcare professional for more information on the treatment. The MonaLisa Touch® is not covered by managed care and no processing code has been established. Please take time to have this important conversation with your doctor.

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I am participating in a sponsored campaign hosted by MonaLisa Touch®. I received compensation for this post. All opinions stated are my own.


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