There is growing interest in the use of several innovative technologies being routinely used for facial skin care and skin rejuvenation for the treatment of genital skin disorders resulting from the aging process or with inflammation-related origins. This includes the use of PRP.
Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a chronic inflammatory dermatitis that creates patchy, white skin that appears thinner than normal. It usually affects the genital and anal areas. Most symptomatic patients complain of pruritus and burning or soreness, dysuria or dyspareunia.
In a prospective study3, 40 women with lichen sclerosus and papillomavirus infection of the vulva were injected with 4- 8 ml of RegenPRP in the affected area using a mesotherapy technique. The next day, antiviral Panavir gel was applied to the lesion followed by low-intensity laser light treatment.
Female sexual dysfunction may be manifested by decreases in sexual desire, arousal and lubrication, leading to dyspareunia.
Eleven women (aged 24-64 years old) presenting with complaints of dyspareunia or other symptoms relating to sexual dysfunction were included in a case series.4