PRP for Urinary Incontinence and Vaginal Atrophy
What is ReVamp?
ReVamp is the latest and most promising treatment for vaginal atrophy, dyspareunia, loss of libido and urinary incontinence.
It can regenerate the vaginal walls, increase natural lubrication and sensitivity, all things that can significantly improve libido. It can also strengthen the pelvic floor, to improve (and sometimes cure) urinary incontinence without the need for hormonal therapy, laser treatment or surgery.
The ReVamp is similar to the "O shot" developed by Dr. Charles Runels, an Alabama-based surgeon in the USA.
What conditions can ReVamp treat?
Vaginal Atrophy or Dryness
Thinning of the walls of the vagina during and after menopause caused by decreased oestrogen levels.
Dyspareunia or painful intercourse
Pain before, during or after sexual intercourse which can affect women of all ages.
A very common (and often embarrassing) problem due to weakened pelvic floor muscles.
Loss of libido
Persistent or recurrent lack of interest in sex caused by vaginal dryness, painful sex, arousal difficulties and other causes physical, hormonal, or psychological.
To find out more about ReVamp, visit our page on Genital PRP.
How many injections will I need?Frequency and number of treatments will depend on how severe the condition is. For chronic joint injuries such as osteoarthritis, we recommend a course of three sessions, one week apart, followed by annual top up sessions. For soft tissue injuries such as tendon tears, treatment involves three injections, two weeks apart. For the treatment of burns or scars, treatment frequency will depend on severity.
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What are the costs of the various PRP treatments?To find out the cost of the PRP treatments you are interested in, call 03 9822 9996 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our staff members will get back to you.
What is the difference between PRP and stem cells?PRP contains natural growth factors and vital proteins that can help heal injured areas of soft tissue. PRP is used to treat conditions that often have the ability to heal themselves but may require a “jumpstart”, whereas stem cells are used in cases of more advanced conditions such as degenerative arthritis, bony defects, and in cases of spinal disc degeneration.
Are there any side effects of PRP injections?After PRP is taken from your own blood, there are no risks of disease transmission or allergic reactions. Sometimes PRP may aggravate the inflammatory response, causing a temporary increase in pain and swelling of the injured area. There may also be a local pressure effect from the injection of the fluid. These effects should subside within a few hours to days. If pain is severe, contact the doctor.