Women’s Sexual Enhancement

Reclaiming the joy of sex

What factors affect the female experience?

Unsatisfactory orgasm is the second most common sexual complaint by women around the world. Insufficient blood flow to the vaginal area due to poor circulation can mean it takes longer to reach orgasm, it may be less explosive, or it may not happen at all. If this goes on over time, it can be distressing, affecting your affect many other aspects of a woman’s physical, mental, emotional and social health. It may even lead to conflict in your relationship.

Is this treatment right for you?

Sexual wellness GIF

If your sexual experience is suffering due to biological such as hormones, vascular function, and aging – Alma Duo can help.

  • Diminished arousal

    Diminished arousal

  • Pain during intercourse

    Pain during intercourse

How does it work?

Alma Duo uses established shock wave technology - focused low-intensity extracorporeal shock wave therapy (LI-ESWT) – to stimulate blood flow in the vaginal area.
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The Alma Advantage

Backed by a decade of clinical studies, Alma’s non-invasive solution penetrates deep into tissue to provide fast, highly-effective, pain-free treatment that enhances women’s sexual experience.
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    Fast Treatment

    Series of six 15-minute treatments
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    No Pain

    Treatments are pain free
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    No side effects

FAQs

  • Before treatment begins, your doctor will confirm that blood flow is the root cause and assess its severity. Having established there are no contraindications, treatment can go ahead. 

  • Often as few as six 15-minute treatments, over a three-week period will be sufficient to enhance a woman’s sexual experience. 

  • No, these are comfortable, pain-free treatments. 

  • This condition is treated by Alma Duo, an FDA and CE approved device backed by clinical studies and publications. 

  • The treatment is applied at specific areas around the external area of the vagina depending on the specific concern

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