This treatment can promote pelvic and uterine contraction, expel waste and toxins from the uterine folds. It can effectively enhance uterus health from within, improve gynecological diseases, regulate endocrine secretion, progress vaginal lubrication and looseness, and increase sensitivity.
The female intimate is the most sensitive and densely populated area of the human nerves which regulates hormones and endocrine. This treatment can promote pelvic and uterine contraction, and expel waste and toxins from the uterine folds. It can effectively enhance uterus health from within, improve gynecological diseases, regulate endocrine secretion, progress vaginal lubrication and looseness, and increase sensitivity.
In a natural birth, the baby is delivered through the vaginal, which means that the vagina is dilated to 10 cm (normal vaginal diameter is about 2.5 cm). After giving birth, the elasticity of the vaginal muscles decreases significantly.
Mothers who choose to have a cesarean section have their pelvic muscles and ligaments fully extended at the time of delivery to prepare the birth canal for the baby. So even if the baby is delivered through a C-Section procedure, the vagina will be lax as well.
Many people have the inherent impression that vaginal laxity affects their sexual life, but this is only one of the downsides. What are the other negative impacts of vaginal laxity for women?
According to statistics, 90% of postpartum women and 80% of women in their 30s have varying degrees of vaginal looseness, causing a lot of distress to women. Being psychologically suppressed for a long time can lead to emotional anxiety, endocrine disruption and premature aging symptoms.
Women in their 40s and 50s are usually prone to this condition. Due to bulging of the anterior vaginal wall, or bulging bladder, incontinence may be triggered when the bladder is full, or during laughing or shouting.
A loose vagina hides many folds in which germs, toxins, dead skin cells and uncleaned menstrual blood remain for years and years. This may lead to itching of the lower vagina, odorous and yellowish leucorrhea and cause recurrent vaginitis and cervicitis.
The general dilatation and laxity that occurs after childbirth will gradually recover after delivery. Meanwhile, moms can practice some exercises to speed up the recovery process.
During urination, consciously hold your urine for a few seconds, interrupt urination, and then resume urination after a short pause. Repeating this exercise over time will improve the tone of the muscles around the vagina.
When you have the urge to pass stool, hold your bowels and do anal lifting exercises. Repeatedly, this exercise will improve the pelvic muscles.
Lie on your back, relax your body, contract your vagina and clench it for 3 seconds, then relax. Repeat several times. The time can be gradually increased.
While walking, consciously tense the muscles of the inner part of the big foot and the perineum, then relax and repeat the exercise.
The following FAQs address contraindicated matters as well as postpartum recovery and precautions that you may encounter after you have enjoyed your session with us. Please contact us if you have additional questions or need further assistance.
This treatment is a purely manual operation and can only be performed after 42 days postpartum and when there is no malodour at all.
Follow your normal routine after the treatment. You only need to observe if there is mucus or bleeding.