Genital PRP, which is among the non-surgical genital aesthetic applications, is a method that helps rejuvenate the genital area and improve the functions and appearance in this area. Genital PRP is a practice that involves the injection of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) into the upper wall of the vagina and clitoris, which enables the proliferation of stem cells and “younger” tissue growth. Thanks to genital PRP, collagen and elastin production occurs, thus tissues are rejuvenated; In this way, it provides easy stimulation during sexual intercourse. Thanks to genital PRP, fullness occurs in the external genital area, mild urinary incontinence is treated, sensitivity in the clitoris increases, the problem of not having an orgasm can be solved, vulva skin tightens, the color of the external genital area becomes lighter.
Why is genital PRP applied?
Today, loss of sexual desire, sexual dysfunction, sexual performance or urinary incontinence affect millions of women every day. Regardless of age, this situation negatively affects women’s lives in many aspects, especially socially. Many factors play a role in a woman’s sexual arousal disorder, including hormonal, physical, psychological and relational changes. Decreased testosterone and estrogen hormone levels, vaginal dryness, chronic health problems and stress are the main factors. Genital PRP rejuvenation is part of an integrative approach designed to treat these disorders. Genital PRP can be applied to women who want to increase sexual pleasure, have problems with orgasm, have darker external genital area color, thinner vaginal skin, have problems with vaginal dryness, have pain during sexual intercourse due to vaginal dryness, and have mild urinary incontinence. It can also be combined with uterine and ovarian PRP rejuvenation treatment for a more holistic approach.
How is genital PRP applied?
With genital area PRP application, the blood taken from the patient is processed through a special process to obtain a platelet-rich plasma. This plasma contains growth factors and protein. New cell formation and collagen production are triggered in the injected skin. This provides renewal, rejuvenation and tightening of the skin. This plasma is applied to the genital area by injection.
Risky pregnancy or high risk pregnancy; These are pregnancies that have an additional disease before or during pregnancy, or where there is a risk of miscarriage or a risk of disability in the baby in the scans.
In cases where normal vaginal birth cannot be performed, the method used is cesarean delivery. In cases where normal birth is considered, a caesarean section can be performed urgently, or a caesarean section decision can be made by prenatal planning. If it is determined that a cesarean section will be performed before birth, the date and time of the procedure can be determined.
Caesarean section is a birth technique performed under operating room conditions and anesthesia. In this procedure, the baby is removed from the mother’s womb by making an incision first in the abdomen and then in the uterus. Then, the incisions are closed with stitches and the birth is completed.
Aginal discharge is the fluid secreted from small glands in the vagina and cervix. This fluid leaks from the vagina every day to flush out old cells and debris, keeping the vagina and reproductive system clean and healthy. Vaginal discharge may occur from normal changes in estrogen levels
In uterine prolapse, the muscle around the vagina, connective tissues, and the nerve that holds the pelvic organs and tissues in place, break as the muscle tissues weaken and prolapse occurs outside the vagina. It occurs due to reasons such as normal birth, insufficient estrogen, and old age.
Sexually transmitted diseases that can be treated are: Syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis. The 4 most common sexually transmitted diseases are; hepatitis B, herpes simplex, HIV (AIDS) and HPV cannot be fully treated