Questions and answers about private ultrasonic knife

As more and more beauties want to make private ultrasound knives and leave messages in the background to understand the situation of ultrasound knives, so we sorted out some of the most easily asked questions to come up with this collection.

Question and answer

  1. Ask: who is not suitable for this job?

A: there is abnormal condition during pregnancy and menstruation. Vaginal bacteria or virus infection

  1. Q: can menopause be done?

A: Yes, in fact, both the and the treatment center show that the guests are mainly menopausal women

  1. Q: how long can I do it after delivery?

Answer: postpartum 6 months or a year can be treated If artificial lactation is still carried out after 6 months postpartum, it can be treated only after complete weaning is stopped

  1. Q: how long does the treatment take?

A: disinfection takes about 5-10 minutes and treatment takes about 20 minutes

  1. Q: how often do you do it well?

A: most cases are suitable for treatment once every 6-8 weeks Do it 3-4 times in a course of treatment

  1. Q: will you miss work after treatment?

A: there will be no delay in work. There is no slowdown period

  1. Q: how long can you have sex after treatment?

A: sexual life can be restored 5-7 days after treatment

  1. Q: what are the main parts of this treatment?

Answer: the whole vagina

  1. Q: how long does the treatment last?

A: one course of treatment can maintain the effect for 2-3 years

  1. Q: will the treatment process cause cross infection?

A: No, because condoms are needed when tightening the private ultrasonic scalpel. The purpose is to prevent the treatment head from contacting the guest’s vaginal mucosa and ensure safety.

  1. Q: what tests should be done before treatment?

Answer: TCT test report within 3 months;

Gynecological examination (finger examination, visual examination, routine leucorrhea examination);

Female bus smear examination (excluding cervical cancer);

Blood tests (exclude syphilis, AIDS and other blood borne diseases);

HCG examination (excluding pregnancy for women of childbearing age);

Examination of special items (blood glucose, blood lipid, ECG, pelvic B-ultrasound, etc.).