Dr. Vahora, MD, FACOG
Do you want to spring into a life without discomfort down there? Who doesn’t want to feel better about their sexual health
Minimally invasive surgery to remove the endometrium growth can be performed by your physician via laparoscopic surgery. This conservative approach allows the doctor to see exactly where the endometrium is and enables them to remove it safely. More advanced or open surgery may be necessary in some cases.
Hormonal Imbalance Causes Vaginal
A common condition that plagues women is hormonal imbalance. When hormones are disrupted, women suffer with skin conditions, mood swings, weight gain, health-related issues and painful intercourse due to vaginal atrophy.
Due to the limited estrogen supply, the walls of the vagina start to thin out, causing dryness, burning, and inflammation. This can make intercourse very painful, cause urinary disorders, and can even interfere with daily activities due to the extreme pain and discomfort that it can cause.
As mentioned, there are many options for women, like creams, medications, and surgery, but they all pale in comparison to an innovative procedure that has no side effects and only takes a few minutes to perform in your physician’s office.
The ugly truth is that many women, both post and pre-menopausal and even some women after giving childbirth, have vaginal disorders, pain, and issues that they often times withhold and keep to themselves. They think that it’s just a normal part of the hormonal process, but there are many options to relieve vaginal vulvar atrophy.
and confidence? Many women try to hide their condition from there partner, or just suffer in silence because they believe it’s “normal” for them, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Whether you pain is caused by endometriosis, pelvic conditions, vaginal atrophy, hormonal dysfunction, or from medications, there are answers! And the best part is there are new options!
Endometriosis is a painful condition that effects numerous women. It’s caused by the abnormal growth of the endometrium (tissue that lines the uterus) outside of the uterus into the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the pelvic region.
• Painful periods (dysmenorrhea)
• Abdominal or back pain
• Pain with intercourse
• Pain with bowel movements or urination
• Excessive bleeding
• Intestinal disturbances like nausea, constipation or diarrhea
Medications that block estrogen or progesterone are often prescribed. Drugs that stop menstruation and birth control pills may also be required to address endometriosis.
A new drug ORILISSA—made for moderate to severe endometriosis pain is the first FDA-approved oral pill specifically developed for women with moderate to severe endometriosis pain in over a decade.
MonaLisa Touch® Has Helped Countless
Women Find Relief
Although, hormone therapy is used to treat vaginal vulvar atrophy, unfortunately, sometimes it does not work for VVA and dyspareunia (painful intercourse). There is a better way! If your hormone therapy does not improve your vaginal issues, an advanced technique that has helped countless women is available.
This advanced technology is called the MonaLisa Touch®. It is a new laser therapy for the vagina and vulvar. There are no medications, not cutting and no lengthy healing times with this procedure. It’s similar to having a basic Pap smear test done. The laser does not hurt or cause any pain. You will only feel tiny vibrating sensations from the machine, and the best part is that the entire procedure is accomplished in an outpatient, office setting.
The laser assists with the bodies cell renewal and will regenerate the mucous membrane and help with the restoration of collagen and renewing the proper trophic balance to the membrane.
Now it’s possible to have relief from vaginal and vulvar atrophy due to the MonaLisa Touch’s® ability to gently improve the tissue of the vaginal mucosa. The laser stimulates the production of collagen, improving the functionality of the treated area and restoring the proper trophic balance to the mucous membrane.
Dr. Parveen Vahora states, “I inspire women to live their best life by providing compassionate care. Women should not suffer with symptoms of menopause including hot flashes, mood swings, insomnia, vaginal dryness, and pain with intimacy.”
Parveen Vahora, M.D.
A Board Certified, fellowship trained laparoscopic gynecological surgeon, Dr. Vahora owns a private practice in Trinity, Florida. In addition to being the only practitioner in the area to offer the MonaLisa Touch® Laser, Dr. Vahora performed the first single-site robotic hysterectomy in North Pinellas County. She is highly trained in minimally invasive procedures for conditions such as pelvic pain and is able to conduct sophisticated genetic testing.
Continually participating in research in the field of gynecology, Dr. Vahora is also a professional speaker, educating healthcare practitioners on hereditary cancers, multimodal pain management options, dyspareunia due to vulvovaginal atrophy and SERM treatment, and many other gynecological concerns. Dr. Vahora looks at the whole person when administering highly acclaimed treatments, not simply their symptoms.
You deserve to feel your best and to reap the health benefits of good sexual intimacy.
To look and feel your best, schedule an appointment to discuss what options are best for you. Please call (727) 376-1536.
SPRING Into a New You Without Pain and Irritation
Dr. Vahora, MD, FACOG