He Women’s Intimate Health Medical Center de Málaga has implemented a technique in the treatment of female anorgasmia through hydraulic shock waves, which consists of the regeneration of veins and arteries in the clitoris and the tissues of the corpora cavernosa genitalia.

This new technique is being developed in the United States with more than 80 percent of success stories and, after also obtaining very good results in male impotence, it now allows correct the lack of orgasm in women, as explained this Friday responsible for the Malaga medical center.

This center, directed by the urologist Pedro Torrecillas, ensures that will be the first to apply this technique in Spain and his first patients will be used for a study on the results.

In the presentation ceremony, which was also attended by the gynecologist Susana Varela and Dr. Elena Molina, co-director of the Pelvic Floor Master at the University of Malaga, it was explained how the historical use of shock waves it has also reached women and their main sexual dysfunctions.

The method follow the lines of lithotripsy (rupture of stones in the kidney), but with less power and using only the waves in their positive phase. The action provides patients with small hydraulic impulses to generate veins and arteries in the clitoris and in the tissues of the corpora cavernosa of the female genitalia, which allows hypervascularization in the area and allows a decompression of hyperatrophied cells.

This technique also produces analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects that prevent other ailments and secondary incidents. The use of hydraulic shock waves is also applied in other specialties, such as trauma. Pedro Torrecillas has pointed out that in Spain, some five million women suffer from anorgasmia.