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Femmax Dilator Set have been clinically developed to help women lead a normal and fulfilled sex life after gynaecological surgery, radiation or the menopause.
This is the dilator set used extensively within the NHS to help women with Vaginismus and vaginal tightness, and those recovering from surgery or radiotherapy, to eradicate painful internal discomfort and help keep vaginal muscles supple and free from scarring.
Femmax Vaginal Dilators help to reduce painful scarring, tightness and discomfort
The unique FEMMAX dilator design makes them easy to use and convenient to store & carry. Femmax dilators are inserted into the vagina to help to keep it healthy and supple - they help to reduce the risk of scarring following surgery or radiotherapy. Many women report that after using vaginal dilators discomfort is considerably reduced during follow up examinations, sexual intercourse and further treatments..
The Femmax Dilator set features four vaginal dilators which graduate in size to provide variation and natural progression in your exercises, they are made from a tapered seamless, smooth plastic which is both easy to insert and comfortable to use. Each kit of Femmax Dilators comes with a carry case, 2 sachets of Optilube lubricant and full instructions. The dilator sizes are:
- No 1 Femmax Vaginal Dilator - 35mm dia
- No 2 Femmax Vaginal Dilator - 27mm dia
- No 3 Femmax Vaginal Dilator - 20mm dia
- No 4 Femmax Vaginal Dilator - 15mm dia
Total dilator set weight is 0.247g
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|SKU / Product Code||81061|
|Ingredients||Optilube: Glycerine 0.80%, PEG 15.4%, 4-Hydroxybenzoic acid esters 0.0308%, Sodium hydroxide 0.24%, Purified water 82.73%|
|Recommended For||Vaginal dilation following vaginal surgery, radiotherapy, vaginismus etc|
|Included Contents||Storage case, 2 sachets of Optilube lubricant, instructional CD, instructional leaflet|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the Femmax Dilators User Manual|
|Overall Diameter||No 1 Dilator - 35mm, No 2 Dilator - 27mm, No 3 Dilator - 20mm, No 4 Dilator - 15mm|
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- Fine so far Review by Julie
- Too big a difference in size between third and fourth dilators Review by Jean
- Bought before Cervical smear Review by Barbs
- Excellent - better than more expensive products Review by H
- Appear to be working Review by Fred
- Technically brilliant Review by Estelleoracle
- Easy to use with brilliant results Review by Lucy
- As described Review by Me123
- amazing! Review by Beck
I 'm now able to have a healthy and happy sex life again :D
For anyone who is thinking that these might help them, i really suggest you give them a try.
worth every penny :) (Posted on 7 February 2016)
- Smooth and comfortable to use. Review by menolady
I found this works but you need to take your time. (Posted on 11 October 2015)
A vaginal dilator is a therapy device used within the vagina to prevent and overcome problems associated with vaginal penetration. Vaginal dilators are also known as retrainers.
Dilators are made available in specially designed dilator kits. Dilator kits contain a range of different sized dilators to allow for appropriate size and progression of treatment over time. Medical grade dilators used widely used in pelvic floor physiotherapy for treating pelvic floor dysfunction. Femmax vaginal dilators (shown above) are a complete set of dilators with an included instructional CD.
How to Use Vaginal Dilators Guidelines
Please note: these guidelines are intended as general information. Ideally vaginal dilator therapy is implemented following thorough medical assessment and diagnosis. Dilator therapy is often used at home in conjunction with concurrent treatment by appropriately trained health professionals including pelvic floor physiotherapists, oncology nurses and counsellors.
Before commencing dilator therapy:
Start with the smallest size dilator. Gradually progress the size of the dilator over time as comfort permits.
Select an appropriate time and a warm comfortable place allowing for relaxation and no interruption. Music can be used to assist with relaxation.
Ideally position yourself lying down with your legs bent. Try to use pillows under your turned out thighs to allow your leg muscles to completely relax.
Warm the dilator by wrapping it in a flannel for a 5-10 minutes to slightly warm it (avoid making it too hot).
How to Use Vaginal Dilators Step by Step
Place a small amount of water based lubricant on the dilator. Some women use nourishing oils such as almond oil however be mindful that these can stain clothing and sheets.
Start by focusing on your breathing, using a series of slow deep breaths. Try to breathe with relaxed deep breaths so that your belly rises with the in breath and falls with the outbreath. This is called diaphragmatic breathing. Continue this for up to 5 minutes at the outset of the session.
Scan your body for any areas of muscle tension from the top of your head to your toes. Notice any muscular tension around your eyes, jaw, throat, shoulders, buttocks and legs. Mentally encourage each area relax and loosen with each breath out. Now as you exhale, let the vaginal area soften with each breath. Visualize or imagine this area in a state of softness and softening further with every breath out.
Rest the narrow end of the dilator against the vaginal opening continuing relaxed diaphragmatic breathing.
Gently insert the end of the dilator just into the entrance of the vagina when you feel ready to do so. Gradually insert the dilator to a tolerable depth within your vagina. Keep the level of discomfort minimal and if you feel any discomfort pause for up to a minute at a time, continuing to breathe and relax your pelvic floor.
When discomfort has eased then progress further as tolerated stopping at regular intervals to accommodate your body to the sensation and lengthening of the tissues. Never force the dilator beyond the level of personal comfort.
When you have finished, gently withdraw the dilator and allow yourself a minute before getting up.Wash the dilator with warm soapy water, thoroughly dry and store.
Aim to use your dilator for 5-10 minutes each session however when starting out this time frame may be well reduced.
Ideally try to complete dilator therapy for at least 3 alternate days of the week. Women often need use dilator therapy for indefinite time course, especially since vaginal changes can still occur for up to 5 years after radiotherapy.
I hope this helps
Not at the moment I am afraid. I have checked with the supplier because we have these on order and there will be more stock delivered into us and available to purchase in the first week of September.
Please check back then.
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