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WOMEN ARE CALLING IT “LIFE CHANGING”Have you experienced urogynological changes? Changes like vaginal looseness , painful sex, vaginal burning or itching, multiple bladder infections or bladder leaks ? Or do you have difficulty with arousal and sensitivity? You are not alone! It's OK to talk about it... Because now you can do something about it! Minimally and Non invasive treatments with little or no downtime restore women’s vaginal health and sexual wellness. No more leaks. No More vaginal pain. No more vaginal dryness.
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Treating Menopausal Symptoms Has Never Been Easier.
Many women experience vaginal discomfort or dryness as they approach menopause. You may have felt pain during vaginal sex or become prone to bladder infections. The term genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) describes the symptoms, including those mentioned above, caused by lower estrogen levels after menopause.
At this stage of a woman’s life, the layers of the vaginal cell lining become thin. With the loss of its natural secretion and elasticity, the vagina shortens and narrows. This change can lead to vaginal dryness, discharge, itching, or bleeding and tearing during intercourse. The vaginal canal also becomes less resistant to bacteria, leading to recurrent bladder infections.
Aside from the physical effects of GSM, many women have noted that these symptoms resulted in decreased sexuality, satisfaction in marriage, and self-esteem.
50% of postmenopausal women in the United States report that vaginal atrophy has affected their quality of life. Don’t let it affect yours any longer. Come to Charlotte Center for Pelvic Health. Rather than messy creams or ongoing medication, we offer multiple procedure options to address and resolve your symptoms.Dr. John Hettiarachchi, FACS After spending his childhood in London and Sri Lanka, Dr. Hettiarachchi moved to NYC to attend the City University of New York where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry (Magna Cum Laude). After working in the Biochemical industry for two years, he attended New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Long Island, NY from 1993 to 1997. He went on to complete a six year Urology residency at New York College of Medicine in Westchester, NY in 2003. One of his highlights during training was a scholarship to perform surgeries and enhance his education in Cameroon, Africa. He is Board Certified in Urology with subspecialty certification in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive surgery. He continues to be proud of being elected into the American College of Surgeons.