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Please visit our website or call and we’ll direct you to our nearest clinic.
If you are suitable for treatment, a Juliet medical secretary will call you to help arrange your initial consultation and they are trained to answer your questions. Initial consultations are normally in person. We also have a questionnaire on our website that assesses if you would be appropriate for the treatment.
The Complete treatment package costs £1995. Financial packages available subject to status.
Not currently on the NHS, they will pilot the service in selected areas before offering this nationwide. Some medical insurance companies offer this dependent on your policy.
We have new services starting all over the UK, the best option would be to contact our team – firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be able to advise where your nearest clinic is being held. The website will guide you to your nearest centre.
There are a number of published clinical trials showing The Juliet’s effectiveness and safety record. These are available to you upon request. The Juliet is an erbium laser which has an excellent safety profile and the treatment has been available since 2009. Since then over 5 million patients have been successfully treated worldwide with no major side effects.
The treatment is well tolerated and no need for anaesthesia. You may experience a gentle warming sensation.
Three months post childbirth, please contact one of our gynaecology consultants who can assess your suitability
Majority of women are fine to receive the Juliet treatment. You would need an up to date cervical smear, provide a negative pregnancy test and confirm you are not trying to conceive. You cannot have this treatment during your menstrual cycle.
The treatment itself takes 10-15 minutes.
The procedure is performed by our gynecologist or nurse practitioner in a medical practice. No anesthesia is required (since neither incisions nor sutures are performed), however, a topical anesthetic may be applied if needed. Using the special V-Spot handpiece, our medical staff is able to perform the treatment in just a few minutes. The whole procedure takes less than 15 minutes and is fast, painless and discreet.
The Juliet laser treatment leads to a restoration of the metabolism of connective tissue and to an improvement in the condition of the mucosa. This translates into an attenuation of the symptoms which can be observed immediately after the first treatment. The inner mucosa regain elasticity and lubrication, gaining thickness and softness. Itching, irritation and pain during intercourse disappear and the symptoms of stress urinary incontinence are also significantly reduced as a result of the stimulating action of the laser on the mucosa. This action continues its beneficial effect even after the treatment is finished and, for this reason, many women report further improvements during the first month post-treatment.
The healing times are very short, normally no longer than three days. During this time, some secretion may be noticed (pink colored for the first day, then white colored). This is a normal reaction and will disappear in a few days.
In most cases, satisfactory results can be obtained after the first session, with no need for further treatments. Depending on the severity of the symptoms however, a second treatment may be recommended after few months.
No medical treatment is completely risk-free. Normally, this laser treatment has minimal complications. Potential side-effects can include an increase in temperature and febrile response in the first day following treatment and/or odorless vaginal secretions. These effects are temporary and usually disappear within one or two days
Your consultant will check how successful the treatment has been and analyse all the considerations that went into your HRT treatment plan to determine whether to reduce or conclude previous therapies.
Yes, The Juliet compliments this very well.
In general, any women experiencing these symptoms and looking for a fast, non-surgical and discreet procedure can undergo a Juliet treatment. Before performing the treatment, your doctor will firstly rule out the presence of local or systemic diseases.
Yes, it is recommended to wear a sanitary towel following the procedure but there are very few side effects.
Depending on your symptoms, results can be seen in as little as 24 hours.
You will be able to leave the clinic once your treatment is completed and can immediately resume a relatively normal lifestyle.
We do recommend you avoid strenuous exercise, hot tubs and sexual activity for 72 hours.
Most patients experience minimal side effects and your Clinician will advise you on what to expect following your individualised treatment.
It is not uncommon to experience a watery. pink discharge, feeling of increased sensitivity and a sensation of swelling or bruising within the vagina for a few days after treatment.
You will be advised who to contact if you have any concerns and our Clinical team will call you a couple of days after the treatment to ensure you are well.
Yes, in principle, but your doctor will confirm this. The laser works at a much more superficial depth than surgical intervention which means it would be perfectly safe should you be a suitable patient. To understand if you are a suitable patient, please head to our questionnaire online.
Yes, this is a good alternative provided you are suitable patient. It is common for cancer survivors to be unable to take the necessary medication so the Juliet could be a good solution. To understand if you are a suitable patient, please head to our questionnaire online.
It is recommended for the first three days after the treatment to refrain from sexual intercourse, heavy physical exercise and sport activities such as swimming or sauna. Should a low grade fever arise, anti-inflammation is recommended (the symptom will in any case disappear after few days).