How to do Vaginal Dilator Therapy Lie on your back with your feet flat on the bed or couch and your knees slightly bent. Spread your legs so they’re shoulder-width apart. If you have trouble doing this, you can place pillows under your knees... Make sure you can easily touch the opening of your ...
Vaginal dilation is a term used to describe the process of ensuring that a post-op male-to-female woman's neo-vagina does not lose depth or width. In persons born intersex dilation is used to increase or maintain the size of the vaginal space. While most often performed with either no pain management or over the counter drugs, in severe cases it may be performed under sedation or even general anesthesia.
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Vaginal dilators are used to restore vaginal capacity, to expand the vagina in width and depth, to provide elasticity to the tissues, and to allow for comfortable sexual activity. Vaginal dilators are smooth plastic, rubber, or glass cylinder-shaped objects that come in a variety of graduated sizes and weights.
Then, prepare yourself for vaginal stretching by doing the following things: Apply a personal lubricant to the rounded end of the dilator. (Be sure to choose a water-based product that’s easy to... Consciously relax the pelvic floor muscles and engage in slow, deep breathing. Place the rounded end ...
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Inserting the dilator into the vagina requires a firm, gentle pressure. Women should be advised to insert as deeply as is comfortable, without forcing the dilator Once the dilator is inside the vagina it should be moved in a forward and backward motion, then a left to right motion.
These dilators are great for women who have: Vulvodynia Vaginismus Dyspareunia (due to menopause, scar tissue or pain from vaginal delivery, or other reasons) Endometriosis Interstitial Cystitis (IC)