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VuVa™ Vaginal Dilators are the only dilators that contain over sixty soothing Neodymium Magnets

Vaginal dilators are used to regenerate vaginal capacity, expand the vaginal walls, add elasticity to the tissues, and to allow for comfortable sexual intercourse. VuVa Magnetic Vaginal Dilators are smooth lightweight plastic, that come in a variety of graduated sizes. Soothing Neodymium magnets are within each dilator to increase blood flow and relieve sexual discomfort. Medical conditions that may warrant the use of vaginal dilators include dyspareunia, vulvodynia, vaginismus, menopause, vaginal atrophy, vulvar vestibulitis, and vaginal stenosis. Vaginal dilators are also needed after pelvic raditation therapy.

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VuVa™ Vaginal Dilators are the only dilators that contain over sixty soothing Neodymium Magnets


VuVa Clinical Trial Chief Investigator - Dr. Michael Swor

Human clinical trials now underway.
 
We are pleased to announce that the VuVa device has been approved for use in a research study being conducted in Sarasota, Florida. You can learn more about the study and patient eligibility at www.PCCRSarasota.com.
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Dr. G. Michael Swor is an obstetrician-gynecologist in Sarasota, Florida and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Doctors Hospital of Sarasota and Sarasota Memorial Health Care System. He received his medical degree from University of South Florida College of Medicine and has been in practice for 34 years.
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Ask your doctor or therapist about VuVa today! Print out a information sheet to take to your next appointment here: VuVa Information Sheet
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*Trial is currently underway, current clinical data below confirming pain reduction with VuVa dilator program.
Some subjects saw no change in pain levels when using placebo, but reported a 70% decrease in pain levels after using the VuVa device.

Often, subjects report a decrease in the “burning” sensation after dilator use.

Some subjects were not able to insert the tampon during the tampon test at her first visit and even after using placebo, but was able to insert it fully after using the VuVa device.

Many subjects feel more confident about their ability to have sexual intercourse with vaginal penetration after completing the VuVa Dilator study.

Overall anxiety associated with vaginal penetration is significantly decreased in all subjects.

Subjects report feeling more confident about their sexual health in the future after completing the study.

Subjects report that VuVa dilator therapy is not a painful treatment.