The Diva utilises the world’s first Hybrid Fractional Laser (HFL) technology and is changing women’s lives all over Australia indeed the world, by treating conditions including Stress Urinary Incontinence, VulvoVaginal Atrophy, Dyspareunia, Vaginal Lubrication, Orgasm & Vaginal Laxity. We keep hearing about the Diva treatment for women’s health from both patients and practitioners alike and found a patient happy to share her experience after she got some amazing results. In her own words, “Before Diva I would rather have poked myself in the eye with a piece of glass than have had sex with my husband!”

Our patient says her motivation for having the Diva treatment was recurring UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) symptoms and extremely painful intercourse. “I heard about the Diva through work. I was very relaxed going into the treatment and hopeful of the results.”

Does the Diva treatment hurt? During? After?

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Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) can be extremely painful.

“The treatments were quick – maybe 20 mins in total? The first treatment was painless but they did get a bit more uncomfortable with the 2nd and 3rd treatment. There was a slight cramping/burning sensation afterwards which went away with Panadol with the first and third treatment, the 2nd treatment afterwards was more uncomfortable and the feeling lasted longer, maybe a few hours. There was no real downtime for any of the treatments.”

The Diva treatment is said to provide instantaneous results. Our patient agrees. “Yes, I noticed improvements both straight away and they also improved over time. No UTI symptoms at all since the second treatment and no more painful intercourse after 2nd treatment… and also no need for lubricant! I don’t think I need another treatment as I am very happy with my results.”

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A/Professor Elissa O’Keefe RN, NP performed this patient’s treatment and spoke to us earlier this year about the Diva.

What else can the Diva treat?

The Diva can also help treat more complicated women’s health issues including:

  • Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN)
  • Condyloma
  • Herpes Simplex
  • Cysts
  • Endometrial adhesions
  • Urethral and ureteral tumors
  • Superficial bladder tumors
  • Invasive bladder carcinomas
  • Lesions of the external genitalia
  • Bladder neck obstructions
  • Indications for Non-Ablative wavelength (diode, 1470 nm)
  • Skin resurfacing
  • Coagulation of soft tissue

Where can you get the Diva?

This patient’s treatment was performed by Adjunct Associate Professor Elissa O’Keefe. “Elissa was fabulous. I would definitely recommend the Diva, and I do!” We actually spoke to Elissa earlier this year about the Diva. To understand more about how the Diva works – as well as a bit of an education on how your vagina works, listen to our podcast with her here. You can find Adjunct Associate Professor O’Keefe at Junic Specialist Imaging and Women’s Centre or Bravura Education. To find out where else the Diva is offered around Australia go here.

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The PSH Team is made up of a passionate group of people all interested in beauty, aesthetics and being the best person you can be. We all contribute in different ways to bring you the blogs, patient stories, podcasts and information to our readers and love connecting with others on their journeys.

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