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Clear Glass 6 Inch Vaginal Dilators | Relieve Pain and Pressure | Choose Diameter

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If you suffer from vaginismus, Vulvodynia, Vaginal Atrophy, Vaginal Stenosis, Dyspareunia, Post Radiation or Cancer Treatment, Dilator Training may be for you. It can not only help patients treat the underlying condition of vaginismus and allow for pain free penetration but can help improve overall sexual health.

Finding the Right Size:

You may want to consult physical therapists first and most importantly, listen to your body. However, as a guide, when you can comfortably use a vaginal dilator in multiple positions and with movement, you are ready to move on to the next size. Position changes during use allow for variation in pelvic floor muscle, pelvic organ, and vaginal canal position.

Your medical professional or care provider may have a unique training program for you outside of the recommendations made here. Always contact a professional before starting a new vaginal dilator training program.

How to Use a Vaginal Dilator:

To begin dilator therapy, here is an 8-step guide. Before you start with selfcare or any program it's important to ensure you have the right size and follow the guide.

  1. Select a size that looks appropriate for your condition or that a health care provider has suggested you get.
  2. Designate a place in your home that is safe and can help you get comfortable for your vaginal dilator practice, preferably a place that is quiet and calming.
  3. Wash the dilator with warm water and soap.
  4. Use a generous amount of lubricant that is water based on the dilator, and yourself. The use of a water based lubricant is important to preserve the medical grade silicone.
  5. Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet planted. Many patients may prefer to lie on their side instead; if that is the case, be sure to have your knees bent and the top leg supported by a pillow between your knees.
  6. Begin your training by taking a breath in and allowing your belly to expand, followed by exhaling and allowing your belly to slowly fall. The act of slowly exhaling can naturally open the vagina if need be. Women should repeat the deep breathing pattern and continue to do so steadily and deliberately. This pattern aids in reducing discomfort Gently bring the trainer to the vaginal opening and carefully insert it on an exhale. The round handle of the dilator can help you maintain control.
  7. Keep the dilator inserted in the vagina and repeat the slow, deep breathing cycle for 15 minutes or the length of time recommended by your healthcare provider.
  8. If you experience discomfort, visual imagery is helpful for relaxing the pelvic floor muscles around the opening of the vagina. There are many images that may work. Pick the one that is best for you: "imagine that the vagina is like a rose, blooming outward," "imagine that the vagina is like an umbrella and expanding," etc.

By practicing using vaginal dilators in different positions such as laying on your back, hands and knees, during deep squat exercises, and lying on your side, your organs shift around the canal and the device and allow for gentle mobilization of the tissue.

Patients can also compress the dilators gently into the walls of the vagina. To do this, you need to imagine that the opening of the vagina is a clock, and gently move the dilator in a slow circular method pausing at each “hour” of the clock to gently press the dilator into the wall of the vagina.

Training and Proper Technique:

A training plan should be set by a medical professional and consist of using a dilator for 15 to 20 minutes daily 5 to 7 times per week. During that time, it is important to breath calmly.

Maintaining a steady breathing pattern by inhaling through the nose and out through mouth helps to relax the pelvic floor muscles to allow for optimal results. This pattern aids in reducing discomfort during a vaginal training session.

During the vaginal training session, it is important to keep actual physical pain to a minimum. If use of a vaginal dilator becomes painful, consider taking a break for two minutes and trying again, or going down a dilator size until your body is ready to progress to the next size.


FAQ:

What is a Dilator Used For?

A vaginal dilator/trainer is used to gently improve mobility in width and depth. They can help treat narrowing in the vagina (vaginal stenosis) as well as therapy for vaginismus and other forms of dyspareunia. Dilator therapy can help to restore width of the vaginal opening, depth, and elasticity without invasive surgery to allow for sexual intercourse, tampon use, medical exams, as well as other sexual health purposes.

How Long Should You Keep a Vaginal Dilator Inserted?

Generally, the length of time depends on the patient and their comfort level but when used in conjunction with a slow deep breathing cycle, dilators should be used for up to 20 minutes, 1-3 times per day.

Are Dilators Painful?

Dilators are a helpful tool to relieve pain! While dilator training can result in discomfort, they are not painful when used correctly. LeLuv carries 5 sizes to create a gentle transition of progress. It is recommended that you use breathing and relaxation techniques during dilator training to help reduce discomfort. You as the user are always in control of the depth and time spent training. If the pain is experienced and/or repetitive, you may want to try a smaller size.

Will a Dilator Loosen "Down There?"

Dilators are useful to loosen scar tissue and pelvic floor muscles that are too tight. Additionally they can be used to help train co-ordination of the muscles to relax during penetration to eliminate pain with use of tampon, during medical exam, or during sex.

What Can Vaginal Dilators Be Used to Treat?

Vaginal dilator therapy has been shown to improve and help treat the following conditions.

  • Vaginismus
  • Vaginal changes or pain Post cancer treatment
  • Vestibulodynia
  • Vulvodynia
  • Dyspareunia
  • Painful Intercourse
  • Vaginal Stenosis
  • Changes with Menopause
  • Chronic Pelvic Floor Pain
  • Gender Affirming Surgical Procedures

Glass Medical Dilators Clear Borosilicate Wands with Spherical Tip Key Features:

  • Bundle of 2 Items: borosilicate glass Dilator and premium-quality, embroidered, padded pouch. FINDING THE RIGHT SIZE: You may want to consult physical therapists first and most importantly, listen to your body. However, as a guide, when you can comfortably use a vaginal dilator in multiple positions and with movement, you are ready to move on to the next size. Position changes during use allow for variation in pelvic floor muscle, pelvic organ, and vaginal canal position.
  • Do Dilators Really Work? Vaginal dilators do work and are an effective therapy for patients suffering from a myriad of vaginal and sexual health issues. Women who have undergone radiation treatment, surgery in the vagina or pelvis, or those who are experiencing vaginal pain, dyspareunia or pain with sex, pain with penetration of a tampon or during an exam, or those who are undergoing gender affirming treatment and surgery may benefit from using vaginal dilators.
  • What is a Dilator Used For? A vaginal dilator/trainer is used to gently improve mobility in width and depth. They can help treat narrowing in the vagina (vaginal stenosis) as well as therapy for vaginismus and other forms of dyspareunia. Dilator therapy can help to restore width of the vaginal opening, depth, and elasticity without invasive surgery to allow for sexual intercourse, tampon use, medical exams, as well as other sexual health purposes.
  • Are Dilators Painful? Dilators are a helpful tool to relieve pain! While dilator training can result in discomfort, they are not painful when used correctly. LeLuv carries 5 sizes to create a gentle transition of progress. It is recommended that you use breathing and relaxation techniques during dilator training to help reduce discomfort. You as the user are always in control of the depth and time spent training. If the pain is experienced and/or repetitive, you may want to try a smaller size.
  • How Should You Use a Vaginal Dilator? Generally, the length of time depends on the patient and their comfort level but when used in conjunction with a slow deep breathing cycle, dilators should be used for up to 20 minutes, 1-3 times per day following our protocol. Progress to larger vaginal dilators according to your goals and what your body is capable of.

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Specifications
Brand LeLuv®
Item Number / MPN 400043-000
Country of Origin CN
Assembled in USA
Features Heavy-Duty
Diameter 1.1 in. (2.8 cm)
Length 6 in. (15.2 cm)
Material Borosilicate Glass
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Size
Travel friendly Yes
Type Dilator
Waterproof Yes
Weight (net) 8.5 oz
Width From .7" to 1.5"
Wireless Yes

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