Washington Post Article Features Patient Experiences with MonaLisa Touch

Washington Post Article Features Patient Experiences with MonaLisa Touch

A recent article published by the Washington Post titled “Women’s Sexual Problems are Finally Getting Their Due, with New Treatments Designed to Restore Pleasure” featured several stories from real patients and their experience with the MonaLisa Touch treatment. Highlighting the development of options for restoring sexual vitality to post-menopausal women, the article demonstrates how the MonaLisa Touch treatment is a viable alternative to traditional treatments including hormone therapy and medications such as Flibanserin and Ospemifene.

The article examines the stories of several post-menopausal women who received the MonaLisa treatment after years of difficulty with sexual activity, urinary incontinence and recurring bladder infections. The MonaLisa treatment can also assist younger women who have experienced vaginal problems resulting from cancer treatment. For example, one 61-year-old patient experiencing painful intercourse had been taking estrogen for years. She reported a stark difference after receiving the MonaLisa Touch. ““I couldn’t believe it . . . and with each treatment, it got better,” she said. “It was like I was in my 20s or 30s.”

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Dr. John Hettiarachchi, FACS FPMRS

Dr. John Hettiarachchi, FACS FPMRS