Most women don’t realise they’re starting to go through menopause until they’re right in the thick of dealing with the symptoms. There are many signs of menopause including mood swings, hot flushes, vaginal itching and dryness just to name a few. However, things have changed in the last few years and there are now many remedies to deal with all of the above including vaginal rejuvenation to help with itching, dryness, sagging and loss of elasticity. The Diva is getting some amazing results for women all over the country – we chatted to one of those women who was happy to share her story with us.

Approaching menopause I had just started using vaginal creams to counteract itching and dryness, and I hated them. My mother actually sent me a copy from an article in the Canberra Weekly about Diva. Then, I was lucky enough to have a friend who worked at the Junic Specialist Centre so she talked me through what the results were supposed to be.

I had three treatments and tried to have them one month apart exactly. After the first treatment, I noticed a difference in how I felt and that just got better with the further treatments. Having finished now, I would certainly recommend having it done!

The treatment wasn’t painful really, just a bit of a burn – I think the thought of it was worse! Afterwards, I had some burning pain and was a bit “stingy” but only for about 12 – 24 hours. I also had some watery bleeding but that too didn’t last more than a couple of days.

Quick results that improved over time

I didn’t have any downtime really, just a bit of pain for 12-24 hours and the light bleeding. I noticed the results within the first week or two and certainly the results improved over time.

I would definitely have it again and have already set a reminder in my calendar to have my yearly “refresh” just in case. I would certainly recommend Diva. If the other options are discomfort or creams, why struggle with those if you don’t have to?

My practitioner was Elissa from Junic – very professional and I felt comfortable the whole time.

You can find Adjunct Associate Professor O’Keefe at Junic Specialist Imaging and Women’s Centre.. To find out where else the Diva is offered around Australia go here. To learn more about the Diva and how it works visit their website.

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