| Caroline Knight
Dilator Sizes: Looking for the Largest Vaginal Dilator?
If you are looking for the largest vaginal dilator, you may already have some experience of using dilators. You may even be ready to take your healing process to the final stage… if so, that’s great news! If you are looking to buy a larger dilator but still have a few questions, we are here to answer them for you.
During a course of dilator therapy, women often start out with the smallest and work their way up to using the largest vaginal dilators. Generally speaking, when you reach the point of being able to accommodate the biggest dilators, you know you have succeeded. However, we realize that every woman is different, and it isn’t always easy to know which dilator size you need.
“Do I need a large dilator or not?” you might be wondering. If so, why not check out our guide on how to choose the right size dilator ? This will help you to determine whether you do in fact need the largest dilator size available. Dilators come in a range of different sizes, some small and some large. If you think that you will need to buy a large dilator, this article should answer any remaining questions you have…
What size is the largest vaginal dilator?
The largest vaginal dilator you can buy is the new size 7 dilator, recently added to our range (along with a new smallest vaginal dilator). It is made from medical grade BPA free plastic and doesn’t contain any Neodymium magnets. This dilator is 6.5 inches in length and has a 5.09-inch circumference.
If you have never used the biggest dilator before, please be aware that you should never feel a pain level of more than a 3-4/10 when using it. If so, you may need to size down one until you are ready for this size. This may well be best size dilator for you if you’re ready to take your dilator therapy to the final stage… or you just already happen to have a bigger capacity (and therefore less work to do!). It comes with full instructions and a travel pouch, as well as some samples of our Slippery Stuff Lubricant, which makes dilators much easier to insert.
What are dilators used for?
These helpful little creations are here to help you with a whole range of possible conditions. Most often women come to us for help with:
- Vaginal stenosis
- Vaginal agenesis
- Vaginal atrophy
- Vulvar vestibulitis
- Painful sex (dyspareunia)
- Problems after radiation therapy
- Gender reassignment surgery
Our clinical study proved the benefits of VuvaTech vaginal dilators in the treatment of a wide range of women’s sexual health issues, and we are happy to say that many of our happy clients confirm the benefits of vaginal dilators!
Vaginal dilator benefits
Aside from our own studies and client reports, the benefits of vaginal dilators are well documented. Using vaginal dilators reconditions and facilitates an adaptive body/brain connection. This halts the anxiety around penetration and pain and can help to shift negative expectations. Physically, dilators retrain the pelvic floor muscles to adapt to penetration, increase blood flow to the area, desensitize nerve endings and stretch the tissues gently to expand capacity.
We hope you now know what size of dilator to buy, but of course if you have any questions about our largest vaginal dilator, drop us a message and we will be happy to answer them for you.
Do you need another size? Here is our full size chart:
Do you need to order vaginal dilators so you can start your pelvic floor therapy process? Made in the USA. Visit www.vuvatech.com
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Tara Langdale Schmidt is the inventor of the VuVa Dilator Company. She has pelvic floor dysfunction herself and wanted to create a dilator set that is made in America that women can trust. VuVatech has been in business since 2014 and has helped over 50,000 women all over the globe. She patented the Neodymium Vaginal Dilator, that is clinically proven to help with blood flow and nerve pain.