“It’s not everyday I went around feeling pretty around my husband. In fact, I’ve never really considered myself beautiful. Not even as a teenager. My husband would disagree of course, as he refers to our wedding day as the day he married the girl of his dreams. We’ve been together for as long as I can recall. Twenty years later, three kids, two dogs, and a beautiful house, both my husband and I have exceled incredibly in our professional careers. We’ve complemented each other in all the important ways. Neither the happiest nor the unhappiest couple I know, I believed we'd be together forever. It wasn’t until I noticed a drastic change in his behavior and demeanor 6 months ago.
My husband is someone who normally follows a regular regime in his personal and professional life. For the past twenty years, I can literally recite his day-to-day schedule; from the moment he wakes up in the morning, to when he gulps his glass of ice water and kisses me on the forehead before bed. It’s been this way for as long as I can remember. A couple of months back, however, I noticed his routines were a bit off. He wasn’t as talkative around me. He would come home from work later than usual. And sometimes he would fall asleep without his glass of ice water or my usual goodnight kiss on the forehead. Our sex life was pretty regular. We were intimate probably once or twice every three weeks, which I would consider somewhat normal for a twenty-year married couple.
Since then, we hadn’t had sex in over 3 months. Something was definitely off with my husband. Hesitantly, I decided to approach him one night while we were lying in bed together. I had asked him if something was wrong? I also shared how I’d noticed a change in his behavior in the recent months. He looked at me with a sight of relief and said, ‘Honey, the last thing I want to do is upset you, I love and appreciate everything you do, but for the past few months I’ve just been feeling like we haven’t been connecting as much. Everything around us has been the same exact way for years, and quite frankly, I’m a little bored.’
His words weighed in heavy on me. I couldn’t believe what my husband was experiencing this whole time and I was completely oblivious. The first thought I blurted out was, ‘Is it someone else?’ He immediately nodded and said, ‘Absolutely not. I just feel like something’s missing.’ He sighed, said goodnight and went straight to sleep. After hearing something so bound and earnest, I couldn’t sleep of course. But it did, I thought, betray some kind of unspoken desire between us.
Meanwhile, the thoughts of my marriage possibly being over haunted me. I was sure that my emotional stress was more than simply physical. It was, for whatever reason, deep and emotional, yet, I told no one, not even my closest friends or family. But I knew I had to do something. And fast. Saving my marriage was the only thing on my mind at this point.
Finally, after a couple of weeks, I could no longer suppress my feelings for wanting and desiring his attention. I was compelled, despite all logical sense, to reach out to Dr. Danovich. A few weeks ago, I overheard a co-worker talking about her and how she managed to save her marriage. I went home later that day and read several articles she’d written on Sexual Enhancement and Rejuvenation. All I kept thinking was how could I possibly reveal myself without exposing the troubles and turmoil within our marriage to a complete stranger? But at this point, I was desperate. So I made the call and had set up my first appointment to have a consultation with her.
She was lovely. Strikingly beautiful but most importantly, she was sympathetic and compassionate. I told her everything. My concerns, my fears and how terrified I was to lose my husband. I felt completely comfortable around her. So much so, I even shed a tear or two. She held my hand firmly and said, ‘You’ll be fine. I’m going to help you get the attention back from your husband,’ and immediately began to talk to me about my sexual enhancement options. She explained how the FemiLift in conjunction with PRP would resurface and rejuvenate the vaginal walls by increasing lubrication and elasticity of my vagina, and in turn, bringing sexual pleasure during intercourse with my husband. Nervous yet anxiously, I immediately booked my first FemiLift procedure with Dr. Danovich. She normally recommends 2-3 sessions, (depending on the client) one month apart.
Into the session, there was absolutely no pain whatsoever. I was completely relaxed. It lasted about 10 minutes and I was out the door and back to work in no time. She advised I book my next two sessions in the subsequent months back-to-back, and refrain from any sexual activity for the next three days. This was easier than I anticipated. A quick in and out procedure during my lunch break, and there I was, at the very verge of salvaging my marriage. The next few weeks were pretty easy going. I was experiencing minor discomfort and very little discharge. But on the flip side, what was happening inside me was what I found rather interesting. My sex drive immediately increased and I kept fighting the urge to jump my husband in the middle of the night. She warned me of these sporadic urges, but I couldn’t give away the one thing I was doing in order to save the marriage. I wanted to surprise my husband and give him the pleasure and excitement he had been yearning for all these years.
After my final FemLift procedure, I decided to surprise my husband and went ahead and booked us a 3 day - 2 night get away trip to the Cayman Islands. He was thrilled at the thought of us getting away together. Needless to say, as soon as we arrived, we never left our hotel room. We spent the next two nights in a feverish tangle of sweaty limbs and crumpled bed sheets, passing out at the very thought of how incredible it felt. It was everything I thought it would be. He was happy, satisfied and never wanted to take his hands off me. And at that very moment, I knew I’d conquered the challenge. My husband desired me once again. And the sex was nothing short of amazing.
Dr. Danovich saved my marriage. I am forever indebted to her.”
“Relationships last long because two people make a choice: To keep it, fight for it, and work for it. If your marriage is to go where it’s never gone, you have to take a path you have never taken.”