Actually we don't care if they get it.
If they get fucked up and can't spew out any more brats, it's
better for the rest of us.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration warned against “vaginal
rejuvenation” treatments due to potential health and safety
risks, including burns and scarring.
The FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb released a statement Monday,
saying they had “recently became aware” of manufacturers selling
“vaginal rejuvenation” treatments and devices to treat
“conditions and symptoms related to menopause, urinary
incontinence or sexual function.”
The administration said some of the procedures use lasers or
“energy-based devices” to “destroy or reshape vaginal tissue.”
“To date, we have not cleared or approved for marketing any
energy-based devices to treat these symptoms or conditions, or
any symptoms related to menopause, urinary incontinence, or
sexual function,” the statement explained.
The FDA said it was “deeply concerned” people were being injured
with these procedures. The agency has reviewed many cases of
women being burned, scarred, injured and having pain during
intercourse after undergoing treatments.
“We haven’t reviewed or approved these devices for use in such
procedures. Thus, the full extent of the risks is unknown. But
these reports indicate these procedures can cause serious harm,”
the FDA said.
The FDA said they issued warnings over "inappropriate marketing”
to device manufacturers Alma Lasers, BTL Aesthetics, BTL
Industries, Cynosure, InMode, Sciton and Thermigen.