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Buy Dilators Online - Shop Premium Sets

When it comes to buying dilators online, you have a few deluxe choices. VuVatech offers premium vaginal dilator sets that help women overcome psychological and physical issues. Vaginal dilator therapy is a safe and effective way to expand and stretch the vagina naturally by offering women a renewed chance to overcome pelvic and sexual pain. The result is rejuvenation and increased sexual wellness.

Magnetic Vaginal Dilators

The  VuVa™ Magnetic Vaginal Dilators use unique magnets to heal vaginal muscles and tissues. Each magnetic vaginal dilator set comes with 60 neodymium magnets that pull fresh oxygenated blood into the pelvic muscles to ease painful scar tissue. Neodymium is a rare-earth magnet that produces a powerful energy source.

The neodymium magnets use a magnetic field to revitalize vaginal tissue while removing an acidity in the body that may cause illness. Invented by a pelvic pain patient who lived through painful sexual intercourse and wanted a solution that helped ease vaginal tightening. VuVa™ Magnetic Vaginal Dilators are the only patented vaginal dilators online using magnet technology to heal pelvic pain conditions.

Non-magnetic Vaginal Dilators

The VuVa™ Smooth Vaginal Dilators come in medical grade polycarbonate plastic that's firm yet healing. The plastic vaginal dilators come in graduated sets, making vaginal therapy customized for each woman. You can choose the vaginal trainers that are right for your body and health concern.   

Inserting the  VuVa™ Smooth Vaginal Dilator is easy because each one has a graduated tip. When you use vaginal moisturizer, insertion is as pain-free as possible. It's important to remember that at first dilator therapy may be extremely painful, but as you take the time to commit to one to two sessions per day, the pain will recede.

Unisex Rectal Dilators

The Unisex Rectal Dilators help men and women stretch their anus safely. The rectal dilators are made of medical-grade polycarbonate plastic that's firm, yet smooth. Each set comes in a subdued grey color and matching travel case to make it easy to pack. People choose Unisex Rectal Dilators to overcome different medical conditions, including:

  •     Pelvic Floor Tension Myalgia
  •     Rectal Pain
  •     Chronic Prostatitis
  •     Post Radiation and Cancer Treatments
  •     Ani Levator Syndrome

Before beginning rectal therapy, check with your healthcare professional on whether it’s right for you. Also, remember to follow the instructions that come with the Unisex Rectal Dilators.

What do the Vuva Dilators Kits include?

VuVa™ Vaginal Dilators and Unisex Rectal Dilators come with a special travel bag, complimentary water-based lubricant sample, and graduated sizes. The detailed instructions make dilator therapy clear and easy to follow. Although you should consult with your gynecologist or physical therapist for beginning dilator therapy.

What size dilator is right for me?

When shopping for dilators, it might be hard to know what size vaginal dilators you need. If you ask your physician or pelvic floor physical therapist, they should be able to tell you what size you need to start your pelvic floor therapy with. Some people do not need the entire set and some people do.

When it comes to our size vaginal dilators, there are seven to choose from. We have one of the smallest vaginal dilators on the market and one of the largest.

The smallest dilator, the Size 1, is comparable to a pencil and the Size 2 is comparable to a women's pinky finger. If you can get a larger tampon applicator in with ease, you may want to start with a Size 3 or 4 dilator if your muscles are very tight, or you have a lot of atrophy pain.

If you are sexually active, you might not need the smaller dilators and starting with the Size 4 or 5 and moving up would be best for your home therapy plan. You can also purchase the size dilator that is comparable in circumference to your partner if you are sexually active.

As dilator therapy can be uncomfortable, you do not want to be in extreme pain when you are dilating. If you are, then you need to move down one dilator size. On a pain scale of 1-10, you do not want to go over a 3-4 pain level when dilating. Now, when you first put the dilator in, it can be very painful, but that pain should subside after a few minutes. You don't want to be in extreme pain the entire time during your dilator therapy.

When you begin dilator therapy, physical therapist advises starting with the smallest size is the most helpful. As you begin to heal and stretch your vagina or anus, you can slowly move up to the next size. Each size goes up a ¼ inch in diameter to allow for pain-free as possible sexual pain therapy.

How are the Dilators shipped?

VuVatech offers discreet shipping with no indication of the contents. All the magnetic dilators come ultrasonically sealed for hygiene. The VuVa™ Vaginal Dilators and Unisex Rectal Dilators are made in the United States and come with free shipping.

How long is the dilator therapy?

The exact amount of time you’ll need dilator therapy depends on your body and medical advice. For some, vaginal trainers and rectal dilators help ease pain and discomfort right away. For others, treatment takes longer and may require weeks or months of daily therapy. Doctors recommend dilator therapy happens 1-2 times per day for a minimum of 30 minutes.

What vaginal pain issues do vaginal dilators help?

Thousands of women around the world use vaginal dilators safely and comfortably in their homes. Vaginal dilator therapy helps alleviate many pelvic pain conditions, including:

  • Vaginismus: The involuntary muscle contraction due to vaginal penetration.
  • Dyspareunia: It's painful intercourse from structural and psychological conditions.
  • Vulvodynia: Searing pelvic pain that has no discernible cause or source.
  • Vulvar Vestibulitis: Burning pain right at the opening of the vagina.
  • Pelvic Radiation Therapy: Shortening and narrowing of the vagina from pelvic radiation therapy treatment.
  • Menopause: The transition in a woman's life when her ovaries begin not to produce eggs for fertilization. The severe drop in hormones causes vaginal dryness and vaginal structural changes. 
  • Vaginal Stenosis: The birth canal becomes narrower and shorter, often from pelvic radiation therapy or surgery.
  • Vaginal Atrophy: The extreme dryness in the vagina that causes painful sexual penetration.
  • Pudendal Neuralgia: It's a chronic pain that develops from the damage to the pudendal nerve.
  • Vaginal Agenesis: A rare disorder when the vagina doesn’t form. It’s usually present before birth.

If you're suffering from pelvic pain, vaginal dilators are a non-surgical method that works. Investing in premium vaginal dilator sets is an investment in physical and emotional well-being. When you buy dilators online from VuVatech, you're receiving the best dilators available and made by a woman who understands what it's like to suffer each day. Begin your journey to a pain-free life today.

Other VuVa Helpful Links:

7 Reasons for a Tight Vagina and How to Loosen 

How to use Vaginal Dilators 

How to Relax Vaginal Muscles, Vaginismus & Sex 

Vaginal Stretching - Keeping in Shape with Dilators 

Do Dilators Really Work? Yes, and They can Improve Your Sex Life!

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VuVa Dilators on Netflix!

Well what a surprise!!! A few years back we received an email from the props department on the Sex Education show on Netflix. They asked if we could send them a vaginal dilator set for their show. We couldn't say yes fast enough! 

Checkout Sex Education on Netflix: Season 2 Episode 8