You may have become self-conscious of your lady parts and have begun considering a vaginal rejuvenation procedure. You want to feel confident and enjoy your sexual experiences instead of being in pain. But you also want to have a quick procedure where you will feel confident in a quick vaginal rejuvenation recovery time. So which procedure do you choose: vaginoplasty, labiaplasty, or Femilift?
How Femilift Beats out Other Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures
If you are considering a vaginal rejuvenation procedure, there will be so many to choose from. Femilift is a cut above the rest when it comes to an innovative procedure that works with quick results.
Femilift has a quick five-minute procedure that can be done in an office and within an hour, the procedure is complete. With other vaginal rejuvenation procedures, such as labiaplasty, you will have a surgical procedure that takes time and has some recovery time.
No recovery time
Because Femilift is such a quick procedure, there is practically no recovery time. Other vaginal rejuvenation procedures will require that you ice the incision and let your activities for 72 hours. With Femilift, you are able to complete the procedure and get back to your life.
No anesthesia required
Most vaginal rejuvenation procedures will require you to be under anesthesia in order to complete the procedure. With Femilift, you will not need to be under anesthesia and won’t even be prescribed medication after the procedure is completed.
Results from Femilift
With the Femilift procedure, you will experience the following results afterward:
- Renewed sex life
- Improved vaginal sensation
- Bladder control
- Vaginal lubrication
- In some cases, complete reversal of incontinence
Regain Your Confidence within Minutes with Femilift
Dr. Lynn Kowalski uses the minimally invasive procedure that she will walk you through and will have you up and ready within minutes. Consider Femilift for your vaginal rejuvenation procedure. Schedule an appointment with us today!
The recovery time after your hysterectomy can vary from patient to patient. There will be regulations to your normal activities in order for you to recover properly. You should follow your discharge instructions carefully and always consult with your doctor if you are feeling complications or irregular symptoms.
Ovarian cancer is the number one threat to women’s health due to women finding out they have it in the late stages of cancer. Women will not see or feel the signs of ovarian cancer until it is too late. Ovarian cancer awareness is very important, and there are several warning signs to look out for cancer prevention.
5 Warning Signs of Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian cancer is known as the “Silent Killer” and can kill 1 in 70 women in the US. This is a major threat to women’s health. It still doesn’t have a reliable screening test, so it is very important to read the signs and visit a doctor to start prevention.
1. Painful sexual activity
If your sexual activity has been pain-free and has recently become very painful, consult with your doctor to try to find the reason for the pain. Most situations could be due to lubrication, but it would be better to be certain that it isn’t anything serious.
2. Urgent frequency in urination
Most women frequent the bathroom due to a urinary tract infection or a weak pelvic floor. Those symptoms can be cured with proper medication or kegel exercises. If you believe that it is abnormal, consider asking your doctor if it is something more serious.
You usually have energy throughout the day, but if you suddenly are constantly tired, ask your doctor if it is something more serious affecting you.
4. Increased size in abdomen
Abdominal bloating can usually be experienced before or during your menstrual cycle. Experiencing bloating and sudden increase in hip and waist size, talk with your doctor to see if verify that you are not experiencing signs of ovarian cancer
5. Loss of appetite or sudden fullness after eating
Consider talking with your doctor if you have a sudden loss of appetite that you had never experienced before. Consult them as well if you get full with eating small amounts. This could be something more serious that your body is trying to tell you.
Consult the Doctors at the Nevada Surgery and Cancer Care
If you are experiencing signs, remember that there isn’t a screening test for ovarian cancer. It is better to know than to wait too long before you start seeing more drastic symptoms. Consult with the doctors at the Nevada Surgery and Cancer Care so that you can be sure you are cancer-free. Schedule a consultation today!
The flowers begin to blossom in the spring from the winter chill. The bees are buzzing around, and everything is lively and bright. If you feel that you are not blooming due to pregnancy, menopause, or other factors, consider the benefits of the Femilift procedure, such as vaginal tightening and lubrication.
Rejuvenate a New You This Spring with Femilift
Pregnancy and menopause can bring some vaginal complications that can give you a lack of confidence and low sex drive. Femilift can be your answer to your lack of sex drive and vaginal lubrication. Vaginal tightening can not only be beneficial for sexual needs but also if you suffer from sudden urinary problems. Femilift will be able to help you blossom this spring.
What is the procedure?
Femilift is a minimally invasive procedure that takes as little as five minutes to complete. The procedure will take place in an office and doesn’t even require any anesthesia. Many vaginal rejuvenation procedures take anesthesia and recovery time. Most patients don’t have any downtime after the procedure is done, making it easy for you to continue on in your life.
Benefits of the Femilift procedure
Femilift is not only an easy procedure, but you will feel the results rapidly. Some of the results from the vaginal rejuvenation of Femilift are:
- Renewed sex life
- Vaginal lubrication
- Improved vaginal sensation
- In some cases, complete reversal of incontinence
Women are able to get their confidence back after the quick procedure. Wouldn’t it be nice to feel yourself bloom again? Femilift can help you with blooming freely this spring.
Blossom into a New You This Spring with Femilift
Don’t let your menopause or pregnancy keep you from being confident. Vaginal rejuvenation with Femilift can bring you a new you this spring. Dr. Lynn Kowalski will guide you through the quick procedure so that you can quickly get back to the confident you. Visit Dr. Lynn Kowalski to schedule your Femilift procedure today!
Your hysterectomy procedure was successful, and you are now in recovery. You are feeling good and are recovering well. You feel confident to resume your regular routines. But there are things you can and can’t do after a hysterectomy.
3 Dos and Don’ts After Your Hysterectomy
Your hysterectomy is over. You are now in recovery time and are wondering what your hysterectomy aftercare will be. Depending on the type of surgical procedure, the recovery time for a hysterectomy is as little as two weeks. You will have some limitations during your recovery time.
1. Do: walk around
As soon as your doctor gives you the okay, start walking around. This is good for the prevention of blood clots from forming in your legs.
2. Don’t: your regular workout routine
Your doctor will provide you with the specific physical activities that you will be able to after your procedure. If your recovery is within two weeks, you will be able to do more light exercise.
3. Do: maintain your wound
Try to maintain your wound clean and dry. Wash your wound everyday with a mild soap and warm water. Be sure to rinse thoroughly and pat dry. Stay alert for any redness, swelling, and drainage from the area and contact your doctor if you do.
4. Don’t: take baths
It may take up to 4 weeks for you to be able to submerge in a bath. If you are taking showers, be sure to let the water run over your wound and not have direct water hit it.
5. Do: take a nap if necessary
The procedure may induce tiredness so feel free to take a nap if needed. Rest is a great way to recover from the procedure.
6. Don’t: regular sexual activity
You may discuss sexual activity with your doctor during your first checkup after the surgery. A good rule of thumb to consider is that there shouldn’t be anything in the vagina for 8 weeks. This includes any feminine products that are inserted, such as tampons and douches.
Recovery in No Time
Dr. Lynn D. Kowalski, M.D., Facog, Facs uses a minimal invasive procedure for hysterectomy. Visit Nevada Surgery and Cancer Center for your hysterectomy today!
We all have an important woman in our lives. What would happen if their health was not so great? We would want to help by showing support to better their health and to get screenings for diseases. This May, make sure to empower your female favorites to make their health a priority.
5 Ways to Get Involved in National Women’s Health Month
Whether it is your mother or your girlfriend, the health of your favorite women is important. May is National Women’s Health Month, and it is a time to ensure good health from common gynecological problems. Are you unsure how to get involved? Discover how to be proactive for gynecological health.
1. National women’s checkup day
On the second Monday in May, be sure to remind all of your female family and friends to schedule an appointment with your gynecologist or schedule their next mammogram. After you have your appointment set, let your friends know on social media that you celebrated by using the hashtag, #WomensCheckupDay. Try to be creative so that you can bring more attention to celebrating women’s health.
2. Discover your health style
Take the National Women’s Health Month quiz to find out your health style. Once you get your results, share them online using the hashtag, #NWHM
3. Organize a walk during lunch
If your female coworkers want to find a way to celebrate National Women’s Health Month, plan a walk during lunch to be more active even when you’re working. This could be a great way to get to know your coworkers more and promote a healthier life.
4. Host a healthy cooking class
Gather all your gal pals and show them that you care about their health by hosting a healthy cooking class on the weekend. This is a great way to promote a healthier lifestyle with your friends.
5. Hold a friendly competition
Create a month competition with your girls that tracks your steps, water intake, or gym attendance. The one with the best results at the end of the month can receive a prize, like a spa day.
Planning Your Hysterectomy for National Women’s Health Month?
Considering a hysterectomy for Women’s Health Month? This May, be sure to get a checkup at the Nevada Surgery and Cancer Center! Dr. Lynn D. Kowalski, M.D., Facog, Facs focuses on providing hysterectomies with minimal invasion. Visit us today!
You have recently been advised by your doctor to have an hemicolectomy and has planned the surgery date already. You may never have heard of a hemicolectomy before that very moment. While your doctor may explain what will happen during the surgery, you may still be having a hard time grasping what exactly will be happening. The following is what to expect from your hemicolectomy procedure.
What to Expect from Your Hemicolectomy
Your hemicolectomy is soon, and you are still wondering what to expect on your surgery day. You don’t have anything to fear; we have some things you can expect from your hemicolectomy. The hemicolectomy can be open or the keyhole procedure and your doctor will inform you which type of procedure he will be performing on the day of the surgery. There are things to expect with your upcoming hemicolectomy
What are they going to do?
As mentioned before, the hemicolectomy will be an open or keyhole procedure and they will remove half of your colon and attach the remaining half of the colon to your small intestine. The joining process made surgically between adjacent blood vessels, parts of the intestine, or other channels of the body is called the anastomosis. The estimated surgery time will be 2 hours, but surgery can vary with the situation. In order to join the colon and the small intestine, the doctor will use either special staples or sutures to join them.
Your hospital stay will depend on whether you had the keyhole procedure or the open procedure. It will be two to five days recovery in the hospital for the keyhole procedure and you will be recovering for five to seven days in the hospital if you have the open procedure.
What will happen after my hemicolectomy?
During your hospital stay and immediately after the hemicolectomy, you will be placed in an intravenous drip until your fluid intake returns to normal. You are able to eat and drink as normal once you feel ready to do so and there is not a restricted diet after your surgery. You should be able to eat and drink in the same day as the procedure. It will be recommended that you move around after your procedure
After you are discharged from the hospital, the following are restrictions for physical activities:
- Avoid heavy lifting and intense physical activities for about 6 weeks after the surgery
- You may resume driving about two weeks after the surgery but should wait longer if you had the open procedure
- You should arrange to meet with your doctors after the first two weeks of the surgery
What are the risks for a hemicolectomy?
Before your procedure, the doctor will conduct a pre-assessment of your heart and lung conditions to ensure that you are able to handle a procedure like the hemicolectomy. The procedure does not involve a large amount of blood loss but blood will be made available if a transfusion is needed. During your hospital stay, you will receive regular injections to prevent thrombosis, which is blood clots.
With any surgery, wound infections may occur but can easily be treated with antibiotics. A risk that may also occur is the joining of the bowels could leak. The leak is called an anastomotic leak and has a low mortality rate. It is recommended to address the issue quickly as to resolve it before it becomes a bigger risk. It may take some time for your bowel to become regular, in which the doctor will look into what could be causing the blockage and may suggest bowel rest accompanied by continued intravenous fluids. The blockage could also dissolve on its own overtime.
Plan Your Hemicolectomy
If your doctor has recommended a hemicolectomy procedure, be sure to speak with the specialists at the Nevada Surgery and Cancer Center if you have any additional questions about the procedure.