Women undergoing menopause often experience a number of symptoms including vaginal dryness, itching, painful intercourse, poor lubrication, decreased libido and poor vaginal muscle elasticity and tone. This condition is also described as vaginal atrophy.

Most physical and mental changes occurring during menopause can impact the quality of sexual life in a relationship.

Most of the urogenital diseases connected with the menopause follow a reduction in the production of estrogen by the ovaries. This involves the gradual thinning of genital epithelial tissues, vaginal and vulvar mucosa, which reduce in thickness and moistness becoming more fragile, irritable and sensitive to trauma.

For this reason hormonal therapy has been for a long time the gold standard treatment for postmenopausal symptoms.

Premenopausal vaginal tissue/ Postmenopausal vaginal tissue
Premenopausal vaginal tissue/ Postmenopausal vaginal tissue

Juliet is a minimally invasive treatment, the goal of which is to restore the original metabolism of connective tissue and improve the state of the mucosa, by stimulating a process of neocollagenesis. This leads to a restoration of the metabolism of connective tissue and to an improvement in the condition of the mucosa. This translates into an attenuation of the symptoms which can be observed immediately after the first treatment. The inner mucosa regain elasticity and lubrication, gaining thickness and softness; itching, irritation and pain during intercourse disappear. This action continues its beneficial effect even after the treatment is finished and, for this reason, many women report further improvements during the first month post-treatment.

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