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Vaginal Rejuvenation with Radio Frequency Energy

No incision will be made. The treatment is non-invasive, meaning that radio frequency (RF) generates heat by sending energy into the tissue. This procedure targets specific tissue areas responsible for vulvo-vaginal laxity and other symptoms. The patient will be paced...

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Vaginal Rejuvenation with CO2 Laser

No incisions are made. The treatment is non-invasive with high enhanced powered pulse CO2 laser energy for surface tissue ablation and variable continuous wave CO2 laser energy for controlled coagulation. A handpiece delivers fractionated laser energy through a...

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Radio Frequency Treatment for Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a socially disabling disorder that affects a large proportion of women around the world and it is a common symptom after multiple vaginal deliveries, after the delivery of a large baby as well as after an instrumental delivery (such as a...

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Urinary Leakage

Urinary Leakage If pads and panty liners are important in your life we hope to be able to change that for you. Urinary leakage can occur after standing up quickly, jogging, jumping, coughing, sneezing, and durring regular exercise. The leakage does not improve...

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The father in the infertile couple

by Jan Friberg M.D., Ph.D. Although the baby acquires half of the genes from the father, the father’s preconceptual health has often been considered secondary to the mother who is more intimately involved in conception, pregnancy, and delivery. This is further...

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Clinical Use of Exosomes

Over the past 30 years, extensive research has given science an in-depth look into how the cells in the body communicate with one another. The short answer is that all cells send out small nanoparticles — called exosomes — as messengers that circulate in the...

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What You Should Know About Fertility Tracking

Fertility tracking has been performed since the early 19th century when Henrik Van de Velde observed that a woman’s basal body temperature increased mid cycle and dropped at the time of her period. In the 30’s and 40’s, menstrual calendar tracking had become the norm....

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