Don't Live WIth Painful Sex After Menopause: Learn About TempSure Vitalia

If you’re like most women, you probably have no problem talking to your doctor about the weight gain, hot flashes, and night sweats caused by the hormonal changes from menopause. But, like most women, you may be less apt to mention the pain you’re experiencing before, during, or after intercourse with your partner.

Painful sex, medically referred to as dyspareunia, affects as many as 45% of menopausal women and can put a strain on your relationship and affect your body image. But you don’t have to live with painful sex after menopause.

Here at Osteoporosis and Rheumatology Center of Tampa Bay, we may be able to reduce your discomfort and bring the romance back to your bedroom with TempSure™ Vitalia, a gentle women’s wellness tool that improves vaginal tissue and function.

Hormones and health

It’s not you, it’s your hormones. Most of the symptoms you experience during menopause are due to your declining estrogen levels, including the pain you feel during sex. The loss of estrogen decreases blood flow to your vaginal tissue, causing it to become thin, dry, and less elastic.

You may also lose the top layer of vaginal cells, which increases vulnerability to inflammation and infection. Loss of estrogen also affects lubrication, making intercourse a painful, unpleasant experience.  

Like your hot flashes, night sweats, and mood changes, you can get help for the changes that occur to your vaginal tissue thanks to advances in medical technology.

TempSure Vitalia to the rescue

Here at Osteoporosis and Rheumatology Center of Tampa Bay, we want you to have a vibrant, healthy, enjoyable sex life well past menopause, which is why we offer treatment with TempSure Vitalia. This safe and gentle women’s wellness tool uses radiofrequency energy to tighten your vaginal tissue and stimulate the production of collagen to restore health and function.

Collagen is the protein in your vaginal tissue that provides firmness and elasticity. The radiofrequency energy produced by our TempSure Vitalia tool also improves blood flow to your vaginal tissue for better health and lubrication.

Also, unlike other vaginal revitalization tools, TempSure Vitalia provides precise heating, so it’s painless, and can treat even the hard-to-reach areas.

What to expect

The thought of having a heated probe in your vagina may make you think twice about whether TempSure Vitalia is right for you. But we promise that the pain you experience during sex is far worse than our women’s wellness tool. In fact, TempSure Vitalia is so gentle there’s no need for anesthesia or downtime following treatment, and you can go right back to your usual activities after we’re done.

Treatments take only a few minutes, but because the radiofrequency energy is so gentle, you may need a series of sessions to get the best results. We can go over your treatment plan before you get started so you know what to expect.

You should start to notice a decrease in your vaginal pain soon after your first session, with continued improvements as your new layer of vaginal cells emerges over the next six months or so. To keep your vaginal tissue healthy after your initial sessions, we recommend annual treatments.

You’re not alone if your sex life has taken a downturn following menopause. But you don’t have to live with painful sex — or no sex at all. Let us help you restore your libido with TempSure Vitalia.

To learn more about our breakthrough menopausal treatment options, call Osteoporosis and Rheumatology Center of Tampa Bay today or book an appointment online.

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