The ThermiVa treatments are an impressive tool in the war against a poorly-functioning vagina. Just a few treatments, typically as part of our Intimate Program, can tighten, restore moisture, improve sexual responsiveness and continence, and rejuvenate the labia.
Women who are great candidates for ThermiVa treatments
- Those experiencing vaginal laxity, looseness, or a rubbing feeling
- Those who dislike the appearance of the labia majora, particularly in swimwear, underwear, or jeans
- Those experiencing orgasmic dysfunction or issues
- Women who can’t hold a tampon in or have pelvic prolapse (bladder or rectum)
- Those suffering urinary leakage or stress incontinence
- Those with a dry vagina or labia due to menopause
Some frequently asked questions about the ThermiVa
Can I have the ThermiVa treatment if I have just had a baby via vaginal delivery?
We like to wait at least six weeks after a normal vaginal delivery to have ThermiVa treatments. Results have been excellent after this time, since healing is usually complete.
I have an undiagnosed vaginal condition. Can I have the ThermiVa treatment?
You will need to have your condition cleared by a doctor before you will be permitted to undergo the ThermiVa treatment. Please see your regular doctor or gynaecologist for assistance.
I’m under 18. Can I get the ThermiVa treatment?
There are no age limitations to the ThermiVa treatment, and every case will be evaluated individually.
I have HPV and abnormal cells. Can I still get the ThermiVa treatment?
You should discuss treatment options for HPV, but there is no reason why you cannot get the ThermiVa treatments. High-risk HPV should be treated first. A normal Pap smear is ideal. Read more about who can and can’t get vaginal rejuvenation treatments.
I have lichen sclerosus. Is the ThermiVa right for me?
Women with LS have responded very favourably with a reduction in symptoms after the ThermiVa.