Mona Lisa Touch
Laser Therapy for Vaginal Atrophy
One of the most difficult changes that is associated with menopause is vaginal dryness. The vagina, and the surrounding the vaginal opening including the clitoris and labia minora are all richly supplied with estrogen receptors. When estrogen decreases at menopause, these receptors are left empty and the whole area atrophies. This causes the lining of the vagina to become thinner, less able to produce moisture and more easily injured. Sexual intercourse becomes less comfortable and even painful.