FormaV Pre + Post Care Instructions

Before your procedure

  • Please inform us if you have a history of Herpes, frequent urinary tract infections, vaginal surgery, vaginal prolapse, an abnormal pap smear or have a cardiac device of any kind.
  • It is recommended to have a normal physical and pap smear with the last two years.
  • A negative pregnancy test is required for women of childbearing age.
  • Shave the external treatment area at least one day prior to the procedure (waxing or laser hair removal 5-7 days prior to avoid further irritation).
  • It is okay to have your FormaV treatment done while menstruating, but you may want to reschedule if you are experiencing heavy flow.

Day of your procedure

  • You should empty your bladder immediately before your treatment.
  • A single-use wand is inserted into the vagina to treat internal areas and may also be placed on external areas of the vagina to treat the Labia Minora and Majora.
  • Radiofrequency energy is used to gently heat tissue (40-45 Celsius) to contract vaginal muscles.
  • The wand is rotated to cover all areas, focusing on the main concern areas established prior to the procedure.

What to Expect

  • If treated externally, the skin may be slightly pink to red, swollen, and warm to the touch for approximately one hour post-procedure.
  • Possibility of mild cramping, which should resolve in 24 hours.
  • Light spotting may occur immediately post-procedure.
  • Avoid sexual intercourse for 2 days following your treatment.

Contact our office

  • If you experience bleeding that lasts longer than 24 hours.
  • If you are unable to control pain with over-the-counter medications.
  • If you have cramping that lasts longer than 24 hours.
  • If you have a fever of 101 degrees or higher.

Follow-up

  • One month after each treatment.

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