- Angela Timson, 34, had one Nu-V treatment lasting 10 minutes
- The non-surgical laser procedure is offered in Genesis Clinics in Leicester
- It’s soon coming to London; three sessions are £995
- Promised benefits include reduced dryness, tightness and youthfulness
A mother-of-two who had lasers fired into her vagina in a bid to reverse the effect of childbirth says the 15-minute lift boosted her sex life after just seven days.
Angela Timson, 34, from Leicestershire, who suffered from dryness and felt ‘lax’ after having two ‘quite large babies’ had the Nu-V procedure in July in the hope of getting her old body back.
The beauty therapist, who had the £499 non-surgical treatment, said: ‘I knew that it helps with vaginal tightening and soreness, dryness, incontinence.
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Angela Timson, 34, says her sex life was given a boost within days of the laser procedure
‘I’ve had two quite large babies and I felt that I was quiet lax down below and did occasionally suffer from dryness.’
Pregnancy and childbirth can cause loss of muscle tone and loosening of vaginal tissue and the Nu-V laser promises a tightening effect to create a more ‘youthful’ vagina.
It was developed by Dr Natasha Ranga and Emma Soos, a clinical director and nurse, who experienced similar symptoms after having two children.
The pair are now offering it at Genesis Clinics, in Leicester, and it is soon coming to London,
It involves insertion of a cage-like cylinder and a speculum-style tool inside the vagina which administers the laser treatment, followed by lasering of the vulva including labia and clitoris.
Angela (pictured) appears on a video explaining how the procedure works
Dr Natasha Ranga (left) prepares to perform the Nu-V treatment on Angela (right)
Angela said: ‘It’s more comfortable than having a smear test, [the cage] was just inserted inside and Natasha popped it in.
‘I couldn’t feel it, the only bit of discomfort I felt was when the cage was pulled out because the muscles had already started to tighten.
Dr Ranga offers the treatment as an alternative to vaginoplasty
‘Then there’s another device on the outer labias that did feel uncomfortable, it felt like a warm spoon put against your skin, then I was able to go back to work and carry on with my job.’
Angela was told to wait four to seven days before having intercourse with her partner but afterwards they both gave the experience the thumbs’ up.
She said: ‘We waited for four days and my partner was very satisfied. Then we did it seven days later and on this occasion I felt more tightness. I did feel better. So the sexual experience has been really good.
‘I’ve never had a problem orgasming with my current partner but the two times that we did it the orgasm was more intense.’
Cases of genital cosmetic surgery have risen five-fold in the past decade, with a growing number of women going under the knife to have vaginal reconstruction surgery in a bid to have a ‘designer vagina.’
A ‘cage’ is inserted into the vaginal canal to hold the gadget that will fire the lasers
The laser is then fired at every inch of tissue with the goal of provoking a tightening response
Dr Ranga promises that her laser procedure, which costs £995 for a course of three treatments, is an alternative to vaginoplasty – a surgical reconstruction of the vagina.
She said: ‘It offers multiple benefits including increased sensation, sexual gratification for woman and her partner, increased climax, reduced vaginal dryness in pre an post-menopausal women, improved circulation, rejuvenation of labia and it can even improve some bladder concerns.