5 Latinas Tell Us What They Really Think About Vaginal Tightening

Real Women Vaginal Rejuvenation Thoughts
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There’s a new trend concerning the vagina. Women everywhere are bum rushing medical offices to tighten up down there with the help of ThermiVa. What is it exactly? According to Dr. Paul Lorenc, a board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeon, ThermiVa is a non-invasive procedure that rejuvenates the vagina. He inserts a single-use wand “and the vaginal canal is gently heated with radiofrequency,” he explained. “It has absolutely no restrictions — the patient can exercise and resume sexual activity the same day.” Lasting about 30 to 40 minutes, the procedure is as easy as going to your gynecologist! The result? A tighter vagina.

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Dr. Lorenc treats eight women per month on average, and his patient list continues to grow. But how do real women actually feel about trendy procedure? Here’s what some Latinas had to say:

Maria, 52, New York City

Mariadecided to try ThermiVa after she went through menopause. “I suffered from vaginal incontinence, often peeing when I laughed or sneezed, and I was also experiencing uncomfortable dryness,” she admitted. “After having children as well, I was just never the same.” This is a common concern for women, and a reason many seek out vaginal rejuvenation procedures.

Maria says the procedure changed her life for the better. “Not only do I feel better about myself, but I’ve recently gotten into a relationship with a man who is ten years younger than me!’ Maria said. “I no longer feel ‘loose’ like I did following childbirth.” Her new, younger hombre is also very pleased.

Lourdes, 40, New Jersey

This mother-of-two doesn’t feel the need to undergo vaginal rejuvenation. “I rather spend that money on a breast lift!” she exclaimed. “Plus, I had two C-sections, so I’m as tight as I’ve always been!” Lucky her.

Victoria, 41, New York City

There’s no shame in Victoria’s game. She loves any procedure that keeps her young, including Botox, and said she would most definitely try ThermiVa. “Yes, I would try it! Anything to stay young everywhere," she revealed.

Ari, 36, New York City

Some women feel you should accept what the good Lord gives you — including a looser vagina. Ari, a mother of two girls, is against any procedure that tightens you up. “El cuerpo natural es mejor!” (In English: "A natural body is better!") But, what if you’re not feeling confident about your vagina? She suggests trying others ways to tighten up: “Just do your Kegel exercises.”

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Melissa, 25, Long Beach

Melissa is single, young and has yet to have a child or undergo menopause. But if her vagina changes, she plans to get medical help. “I'm not a believer in destroying your entire body with plastic surgery to fit some societal view of beauty,” she began, “but if you have a physical insecurity that's affecting you emotionally and psychologically I definitely support any surgery to help aid that struggle!” That’s especially the case if you “popped out a billion kids,” she added. “If you're done having children, why not tighten it back up down there? I'm sure the hubs won't complain.” He most certainly won’t.