For many women and people with vaginas, a dip in estrogen can put you on the path toward vaginal atrophy (atrophic vaginitis). This condition can cause sex to become painful and may also result in urinary symptoms. It is often categorized by inflammation, thinning, and drying of the vaginal walls. Most often, vaginal atrophy occurs after menopause, with as many as 40% of women presenting. Light bleeding after intercourse, vaginal itching, burning, or dryness, urinary incontinence, recurrent UTIs, frequent urination, and/or poor vaginal lubrication during sexual activity can all point to vaginal atrophy. And while the condition is incredibly common, many women will never seek help to cure the issue. Drs. Kimble are here to change that!
As two of the country’s top urogynecologists, Drs. Kimble have a huge success rate for patients dealing with vaginal atrophy. The Kimble Center for Intimate Cosmetic Surgery has been personally curated with the most effective, safe, and reliable treatment devices for addressing vaginal atrophy. Under Drs. Kimble’s care, patients have
seen significant reversal of their symptoms using
topical treatments, lifestyle techniques, surgical
solutions, and minimally invasive treatments.