DISSOLVE VAGINAL SCARS

Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane scar remediation dissolving massage with Aleena Aspley of North Brisbane.

YONI WHISPERER BODYWORK

DISSOLVING CLITORAL ADHESIONS

VULVA & VAGINAL SCAR TISSUE

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Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

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WHAT IS A SCAR AND WHY DOES IT OCCUR? 

Scars form as a result of skin damage or trauma that affects both the superficial and deeper layers of the skin. When an injury surpasses approximately 1.5 mm in depth, the skin initiates a healing response involving the activation of stem cells and growth factors, ultimately leading to scar formation.

This is because while the outermost layer of the skin, known as the epidermis, constantly renews itself by shedding old cells and generating new ones, the deeper layer of the skin, called the dermis, does not undergo the same level of turnover. As the new skin cells regenerate and repair the injured area, they do so in a somewhat disorganized or organized manner, depending on the nature of the injury or trauma. This can lead to abnormal cross-linking of collagen and elastin fibers, resulting in the formation of a scar.

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Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

SCARS AFTER GIVING BIRTH

Pregnancy, labor, and vaginal delivery are common factors associated with the potential loss of sensation, pain, scarring, and damage to the female pelvic floor. These experiences can result in changes in sensation during sexual intercourse and may also have a negative impact on urinary and lower bowel function, leading to issues such as urinary incontinence and difficulties with bowel emptying.

Unfortunately, many women suffer from these symptoms silently for years before seeking help, primarily due to the embarrassment often associated with discussing such intimate concerns.

Regrettably, when women do gather the courage to seek assistance from medical professionals, they are sometimes met with a lack of interest or a dismissive attitude that attributes these problems to being a normal part of womanhood.

It is disheartening and unfortunate that numerous women have been discouraged from seeking further help after facing discouragement during their initial attempts with medical practitioners.

The impact of pregnancy, labor, and vaginal delivery can vary among women, with different parts of the vagina potentially being affected to varying degrees. As a result, each woman may experience unique functional issues related to these changes.

Some common problems include a decrease in sensation during sexual intercourse, a sensation of obstruction within the vagina, stress urinary incontinence, and difficulties with bowel movements, such as faecal trapping. It’s important to recognize that the effects can vary from woman to woman, and addressing these concerns requires individualized attention and support.

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Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

DISSOLVE INTIMATE SCARS

Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

Vaginal scar tissue can be caused by various factors, including:

  1. Surgical Procedures: Surgical interventions such as episiotomy (a small incision made during childbirth), cesarean section, hysterectomy, or other pelvic surgeries can result in vaginal scar tissue formation.
  2. Trauma or Injury: Any trauma or injury to the vaginal area, such as tears during childbirth, sexual trauma, accidents, or infections, can lead to the formation of scar tissue.
  3. Inflammatory Conditions: Inflammatory conditions affecting the vaginal area, such as vaginal infections, pelvic inflammatory disease, or chronic inflammation, can contribute to the development of scar tissue.
  4. Radiation Therapy: Women who have undergone radiation therapy for pelvic cancers may experience vaginal scar tissue as a side effect of the treatment.
  5. Healing Process: Scar tissue can also form as a natural part of the body’s healing process after any tissue damage, including tears or trauma to the vaginal area.

It’s important to note that vaginal scar tissue can vary in severity and may cause different symptoms, such as pain, discomfort during intercourse, decreased sensitivity, or changes in vaginal tightness.

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SOME CAUSES OF PELVIC PAIN DURING SEX

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Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

THE VULVA / VAGINAL

EPISIOTOMY OPERATION

Dissolve Vaginal Scars Brisbane

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A vaginal episiotomy is a surgical procedure that involves making a deliberate incision in the area between the vaginal opening and the anus, known as the perineum.

This procedure is typically performed during childbirth to widen the vaginal opening, allowing for easier passage of the baby’s head during delivery. The episiotomy incision is made by an obstetrician or midwife, and is commonly done in cases where the healthcare provider believes it may be necessary to facilitate a safer and less traumatic delivery for both the mother and the baby.

In the past, episiotomies were routinely performed during childbirth. However, medical guidelines have evolved, and now the procedure is much less common. Current practice guidelines recommend episiotomy only in specific situations where it is deemed necessary, such as cases where there is a risk of severe tearing or to expedite a difficult delivery.

Episiotomy can be performed in two different directions:

  1. Mediolateral Episiotomy: The incision is made at an angle from the vaginal opening towards one side of the anus. This type of episiotomy is less likely to extend further during delivery but may be associated with more postpartum pain and slower healing.
  2. Midline Episiotomy: The incision is made straight down the midline from the vaginal opening to the anus. This type of episiotomy is easier to repair but may have a higher risk of extending further during delivery.

It’s essential to note that while episiotomies may have potential benefits in specific situations, they are not without risks. Some potential risks and complications associated with episiotomy include increased pain and discomfort during the recovery period, delayed healing, infection, and an increased risk of severe perineal tearing.

In recent years, there has been a shift towards promoting more natural and patient-centered approaches to childbirth, allowing for a greater emphasis on non-interventionist methods and avoiding unnecessary episiotomies when possible.

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SCAR TISSUE REMEDIATION TRAINING

In 2010, Aleena studied Scar Tissue Remediation training with Ellen Heed during her studies in Sexological Bodywork. This comprehensive training included the use of specific oils to address scar tissue. Through this specialized technique, Aleena discovered the remarkable ability to facilitate rapid improvements in scars within a short span of one and/or 3-5 bodywork sessions.

Please contact me if you are seeking significant scar dissolution and the restoration of the original softness and elasticity of the vaginal flora. My Yoni Whisperer Bodywork techniques and approach has consistently yielded profound results in addressing concerns related to intimate genital scar tissue.

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CONTACT ME:

Please fill in my “Contact Me” form below to discuss your concerns regarding Scar Tissue Remediation Massage. Do tell me, your name, your mobile phone number and a convenient time to call you back.

All correspondence and information shared, between us, is treated with the utmost confidentiality. Confidentiality is a fundamental aspect of my professional practice, ensuring a safe and supportive environment for your well-being.

Once I have received your email, I will phone you back for a chat.

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    MY CONTACT DETAILS

    Ms. Aleena Aspley

    Certified Sexological Bodyworker / Somatic Sex Educator

    NEO Tantra & Chakrassage Professional

    CREATRESS OF YONI WHISPERER BODYWORK

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