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Always consult with a medical professional before beginning any type of treatment or vaginal health therapy.

Menopause

Following menopause and due to hormonal changes, many women experience Dyspareunia (painful intercourse). With this drop in estrogen, the tissues in the vagina and surrounding area become thinner and dryer, making women suffer from Vulvovaginal Atrophy or VVA. This is the most common form of painful sex (dyspareunia) in women over 50. In addition to dryness, during post-menopause sex, many women experience sexual pain, tightness and an uncomfortable burning sensation.

Without treatment or frequent comfortable sexual activity, many women begin a cycle of painful sex and become afraid of vaginal pain. This can trigger performance anxiety and possible Pelvic Floor Myalgia (involuntary tightening of the women’s pelvic floor) or even Vaginismus. The regular use of vaginal dilators can be helpful… Read more

Vaginal Stenosis

Vaginal stenosis is the narrowing and/or loss of flexibility of the vagina, and it occurs as a side effect of radiotherapy and/or genital surgery. In most cases, it’s also accompanied by the dryness and loss of resilience of scar tissue… Read more

Vaginismus (Pelvic Floor Myalgia)

Vaginismus (also known as Pelvic Floor Myalgia) is the involuntary spasm of a woman’s pelvic floor muscles which surround the vagina. These spasms can be so severe that the vagina closes, leading to painful sex (dyspareunia), painful tampon insertion and a difficult pelvic exam. There are varied causes, yet most clinicians believe it has both a physical and emotional component. Progressive dilator therapy helps women learn to relax these muscles… Read more

Dyspareunia

Dyspareunia is a feeling of pain during or after sexual intercourse. It is sometimes confused with vaginismus, but it is different, as in vaginismus the pain is caused by involuntary spasms of the pelvic muscles which surround the vagina… Read more

Pelvic Radiation Therapy

A woman’s sex life and vaginal health may be adversely affected by cancer radiation therapy to the pelvic area. The scarring that occurs after pelvic radiation can shorten or even narrow the vagina. Frequent vaginal penetration during sexual intercourse or when using vaginal dilators can often help women stretch the walls of their vagina, thus preventing tight scar tissue from forming. Since scarring after pelvic radiation therapy can develop over many years, vaginal dilators can be a good tool for a woman to use throughout her life… Read more

Chemotherapy

Women undergoing chemotherapy for cancer will often experience symptoms of early menopause. Some chemotherapy medications irritate all mucous membranes in the body, including the lining of the vagina, which may become dry and inflamed…Read more

Vulvodynia

Is a chronic pain syndrome that causes discomfort with any kind of pressure or touch to the area surrounding the vagina. This condition is known by several different names such as Vestibulodynia, Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome and recently as localized, provoked Vulvodynia… Read more

Genital Reassignment Surgery (GRS)

GRS, also referred to as Gender Confirmation Surgery (GCS), Sex Reassignment Surgery (SRS) or Male-to-Female (MTF), is a surgical procedure that changes a person’s genitalia to match that of their sexual identity. During this procedure, surgeons will transform the transgender person’s pelvic area to create a neo-vagina.Vaginal dilation therapy is an integral component of keeping a transgender persons’ neo-vagina functional… Read more

Mullerian Agenesis

Mullerian Agenesis is a rare congenital condition that is characterized by the abnormal development of the vagina and uterus. First-line treatment usually consists of a non-surgical approach using progressively-sized vaginal dilators to gradually expand the vaginal opening. If surgery is necessary, vaginal dilators are an important component in post-operative treatment… Read more

Dyspareunia

Dyspareunia is a feeling of pain during or after sexual intercourse. It is sometimes confused with vaginismus, but it is different, as in vaginismus the pain is caused by involuntary spasms of the pelvic muscles which surround the vagina… Read more