What They Are and Five Options




Dilators are an essential aspect of women’s sexual healing. So why aren’t we talking more about them?


They are used for pelvic floor issues, like overly tight or weak muscles, and to recondition vaginal tissue. They’re also used by those who’ve undergone bottom surgery (male to female). For the most part, dilators are prescribed by a doctors or other medical providers like pelvic floor physical therapists. If you’re going to use dilators, check out these options; then talk to your provider about what is right for you.


1. Hard Plastic

These were the standard for many years, and they are still the go-to. Many providers prefer them because the hard plastic has therapeutic benefits. The drawback is that they can be more clinical than some others on the market. A good place to investigate dilators, especially in association with vaginismus is here: Vaginismus.com.





2. Silicone Dilators

These are softer than the hard plastic kind, and many women find them more inviting. Your doctor can tell you if these are acceptable, or if you need the hard plastic kind (or something else). The ones above are made by BioMoi Medical.


3. Silicone Post Gender Reassignment Surgery (GRS)

Soul Source is a great company that makes different kinds of dilators, including these. Talk to your provider, and check out their website.





4. Glass Dilators

Glass can also be a good option. Talk to your provider if you prefer these. These pictured are made by Crystal Delights.




5. Vibrating Dilators

Dilator use is not necessarily the most salgen.it erotic experience. For that reason, some professionals think it best to include arousal, or greater arousal. The vibrating function of these dilators is designed to do just that. These pictured are made by Dr. Laura Berman




Dilators need to be spoken about more, so we better understand what they are, and the options we have. I hope this has helped you in that regard.


Yours in pleasure,