Dilators

Vaginal dilators help retrain your vaginal muscles to avoid spasm and pain during intercourse. They can be useful post-surgery for Transgender persons. Cancer survivors will also find dilators helpful. If you have low estrogen or haven’t had sex for awhile, penetration can be uncomfortable or even painful. With a little effort, our dilators can help make sex fun again.  Look for a very smooth surface; a non-porous material, such as silicone or plastic, is best. For vaginal atrophy, start with a smaller size and work your way up. After gender reassignment surgery, consult with your physician for the best size to begin with. Consider using silicone dilators, after 1 year of gender reassignment surgery. Always use lubricant to make the experience the best it can be. If you need more information on vaginal dilators, take a peek at our sex ed page or email us for a chat. We’re always here to help. Drop us a line at Ask Pam and we can always schedule a Zoom Chat.

Vaginal dilators help retrain your vaginal muscles to avoid spasm and pain during intercourse. They can be useful post-surgery for Transgender persons. Cancer survivors will also find dilators helpful. If you have low estrogen or haven’t had sex for awhile, penetration can be uncomfortable or even painful. With a little effort, our dilators can help make sex fun again.  Look for a very smooth surface; a non-porous material, such as silicone or plastic, is best. For vaginal atrophy, start with a smaller size and work your way up. After gender reassignment surgery, consult with your physician for the best size to begin with. Consider using silicone dilators, after 1 year of gender reassignment surgery. Always use lubricant to make the experience the best it can be. If you need more information on vaginal dilators, take a peek at our sex ed page or email us for a chat. We’re always here to help. Drop us a line at Ask Pam and we can always schedule a Zoom Chat.

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