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Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
What Is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a sexual health condition in which a man has difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection firm enough for sexual activity.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

What Is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a sexual health condition in which a man has difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection firm enough for sexual activity.

What Causes ED?

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by various physical and psychological factors. On the physical side, conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes are often linked to ED. Even being overweight can contribute to difficulties in achieving or maintaining an erection.

On the psychological end, stress, anxiety and emotional issues can exacerbate the problem. In some cases, performance anxiety can create a cycle where fear of failure perpetuates the inability to sustain an erection.

How to Treat Erectile Dysfunction?

At Nouveau MedSpas, we offer the Priapus Shot® (also known as the P-Shot®) to address ED and improve your sexual health.

The P-Shot is a patented procedure that uses blood-derived growth factors to rejuvenate penile tissue and help improve sexual dysfunction in men. Some of the major benefits of this treatment include increased circulation and longer and stronger erections with an increased size. It involves a numbing process for your comfort and then an injection of your personal growth factors into the penile tissues. The P-Shot is extremely safe, and it has been tested and shown to produce no allergic reactions or lumpiness.

Female Anorgasmia (Difficulty Reaching Orgasm)

What Is Female Anorgasmia?

Female anorgasmia is a sexual health condition in which a woman has difficulty reaching orgasm or is unable to achieve orgasm altogether. This can occur despite adequate sexual stimulation and arousal.

What Causes Difficulty Reaching Orgasm for Women?

Female anorgasmia can be attributed to a variety of factors, both physical and psychological. As we age, the nerves to the clitoris decrease in function, leading to challenges in achieving orgasms or less intense orgasms if they are reached. Other physical issues like hormonal imbalances or certain medications can also impact female sexual function. Psychological factors, such as emotional stress, anxiety or past traumas, can further complicate the ability to reach orgasm.

How to Treat Female Anorgasmia

Our physicians at Nouveau MedSpas treat female anorgasmia with the Orgasm Shot® (also known as the O-Shot®). This treatment involves a painless injection of your blood-derived personal growth factors into the clitoris and G-spot. These growth factors repair the tissues, increase blood flow and improve the function of the nerves, leading to an improved ability to reach orgasm and have stronger orgasms.

Before the O-Shot, we always perform a nerve block with topical numbing cream applied multiple times to the injected areas. The procedure is painless yet very effective, providing results that can improve your sexual health and satisfaction.

Lichen Sclerosis

What Is Lichen Sclerosis?

Lichen sclerosis is an autoimmune condition that primarily affects the skin of the vagina, labia minora and majora, groin and anus. It’s characterized by patchy, white skin that appears thinner than the surrounding skin and is often accompanied by itching, discomfort or pain. This skin condition affects approximately 1.7% of women.

What Causes Lichen Sclerosis?

The cause of lichen sclerosis is not currently known. However, it is theorized that an overactive immune system or imbalance of hormones likely plays a primary role. This would explain why postmenopausal women have a higher risk of developing the disease. Fortunately, lichen sclerosis isn’t contagious and cannot be spread through sexual intercourse.

How to Treat Lichen Sclerosis

At Nouveau MedSpas, we strive to remain at the forefront of women’s health. As such, we employ the MonaLisa Touch® in combination with injections of personal growth factors to treat this debilitating disease. MonaLisa Touch is a CO2 laser that stimulates collagen and elastin to strengthen the affected tissues. Treatment with personal growth factors involves purifying these growth factors from your blood and injecting them with a fine needle into the affected areas (once those regions are completely numbed for your comfort). This treatment promotes healing and regeneration for a marked decrease in lichen sclerosis symptoms.

By combining these therapies, we have had phenomenal results even in some very challenging cases. With injections of personal growth factors alone, many of our patients reach a 50 to 70% reduction in lichen sclerosis symptoms in just two months. With personal growth factors and MonaLisa Touch treatments, we have seen a marked improvement in symptoms in as little as two weeks. Patients are often able to stop using steroid creams completely.

Urinary Incontinence (Stress and Urge Incontinence)

What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence refers to a condition characterized by the involuntary loss or “leaking” of urine. The two most common forms are stress incontinence and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence occurs when activities (such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, running or lifting) cause an increase in abdominal pressure, leading to urine leakage. On the other hand, urge incontinence is characterized by a sudden and intense need to urinate, often followed by an involuntary loss of urine.

What Causes Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence can be caused by various physical factors, such as weak pelvic floor muscles and overactive bladder muscles. Weak pelvic floor muscles often lead to stress incontinence, as they fail to support the bladder properly. Overactive bladder muscles can cause involuntary contractions, resulting in urge incontinence.

Other contributors include urinary tract infections, certain medications and hormonal changes. Infections in the urinary tract can irritate the bladder, creating a strong urge to urinate and sometimes resulting in leakage. Certain medications, particularly diuretics, can increase urine production and lead to temporary incontinence. Hormonal changes, especially in women during menopause, can also impact bladder control.

How to Treat Urinary Incontinence

We use MonaLisa Touch®, a painless CO2 laser procedure, to treat stress and urge urinary incontinence. The CO2 laser creates controlled injuries in the vaginal tissue that stimulate the body to send in healing factors and stem cells to repair the injuries. This results in a 30% increase in collagen and elastin that thickens and normalizes the vaginal cells. As the vaginal walls become stronger and thicker, the bladder is pushed upward, reducing the effects of gravity and reducing or eliminating urinary incontinence.

TempSure Vitalia is another noninvasive treatment option for urinary incontinence. It utilizes radiofrequency (RF) technology to gently heat the vaginal canal and surrounding tissues. This controlled heating stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin, resulting in firmer and tighter tissues. By strengthening the pelvic floor muscles and improving tissue quality, TempSure Vitalia can help alleviate symptoms of urinary incontinence.

Vaginal Dryness and Atrophy

What Is Vaginal Dryness and Atrophy?

Vaginal dryness and atrophy refer to a condition where the lining of the vagina loses its form and function, which is typically accompanied by reduced lubrication. Over time, the cells of the vaginal lining can flatten, lose their elasticity and become less capable of producing natural moisture. This change can make sexual intercourse uncomfortable or even painful. It may also result in additional symptoms like itching, burning or irritation, making everyday activities and routine medical examinations more uncomfortable.

What Causes Vaginal Dryness and Atrophy?

The condition is often linked to hormonal imbalances, specifically in the levels of estradiol and testosterone, which are essential for maintaining vaginal health. These hormones, produced by the ovaries, are crucial for the production of a healthy vaginal discharge and glycogen. When there’s a drop or inconsistency in the levels of estradiol and testosterone, the vaginal lining begins to deteriorate and loses the ability to self-lubricate.

How to Treat Vaginal Dryness and Atrophy

Various treatments are available to address the symptoms of vaginal dryness and atrophy. One option is MonaLisa Touch, a CO2 laser procedure designed to stimulate tissue repair in the vaginal lining. The process involves inducing a deep injury in the vaginal tissue, triggering the body’s healing response. This results in increased collagen and elastin levels, leading to thicker and more elastic vaginal cells. Most women report being able to engage in intercourse without pain after just two treatments. After three treatments, most women experience normal vaginal function, with significant improvements in all of their symptoms.

For patients with specific needs, such as those with a history of breast cancer, customized treatments are available. Breast cancer survivors often experience significant vaginal atrophy due to long-term use of estrogen blockers. The MonaLisa Touch has been particularly successful in treating this patient group, leading to life-changing results for them and their partners. By far, this is one of the most rewarding things we do in our practice.

In addition to MonaLisa Touch, we offer TempSure Vitalia for treating vaginal dryness and atrophy. TempSure Vitalia uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to gently heat the vaginal walls. This process stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin, resulting in thicker, firmer vaginal tissues and increased natural lubrication.

*Individual results may vary and are not guaranteed

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