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Do you pee when you….sneeze, laugh, cough, jump?

Biologic and Stem Cell Treatment that focus on treating the root cause of the stress urinary incontinence, dyspareunia and anorgasmia without surgery.

Minimally Invasive

V•nu uses a small needle for our FDA approved allograft

Single Treatment

One 30-40 min V•nu treatment to restore nerve sensitivity, blood flow and reducing scar tissue within the vaginal vault.

No Downtime

Restore function and appearance with no social downtime.

Noticeable Results

Improvement to the health and sensitivity of the vagina.

HOW V•nu CAN HELP YOU?

While results may vary, patients report intercourse becomes pleasurable again and the ability to sneeze or jump without needing a change of clothes.

Clinical highlights include:

  • Increased sensitivity
  • Increased vaginal lubrication
  • Eliminated stress urinary incontinence
  • Non painful intercourse

What to expect

V•nu is based on cutting edge biologic & stem cell therapy, but getting the treatment is simple.

A Typical V•nu Treatment:

  • Begins with a consultation with a licensed healthcare professional to see if V•nu is right for you.
  • Treatment is typically done in 20 min.
  • May involve application of topical numbing cream to your vagina prior to treatment in order to provide additional comfort.
  • Allograft tissue is injected through a very small needle into the clitoral tissue, periurethral tissue and vaginal vault.
  • If PRP is used then it is also injected into the clitoral tissue and periurethral tissue.

Frequently asked questions

What does V•nu treat?

V•nu treats a wide variety of vaginal problems such as stress urinary incontinence, inability to climax, painful intercourse, vaginal laxity and external vaginal appearance.

How long does the V•nu treatment take?

V•nu treatment takes about 30-40 min

How long before I can engage in sexual activity?

You can return to normal activity immediately.

When will I expect to see results?

Patients typically notice results in 10-14 days.

How does V•nu work?

Damaged and scarred muscle tissue in the urethra, often due to childbirth, is the primary cause of stress urinary incontinence. These trauma produced scars cannot take part in the normal function of the muscle, leading to reduced control over the urethra. Painful intercourse and inability to orgasm both come from dysfunction in certain structures within the vagina, lubrication mechanisms in the former, and nerve tissue in the latter. The same cascade of effects which renew function in the urethral muscle can restore the vagina’s capacity to self-lubricate by creating new blood supply within the vaginal mechanisms responsible for lubrication.  Newly created blood vessels similarly restore function and sensitivity in nerve tissue, including both the clitoris and the g-spot, producing easier arousal and climax during a sexual experience.

In a short and relatively painless procedure you can begin to restore your vaginal function and appearance with V•nu.  Return to the activities that bring joy to your life.