• Unisex Smooth Rectal Dilators Set
  • Unisex Smooth Rectal Dilators Set

Unisex Smooth Rectal Dilators Set

  • 50.00 USD

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Item #1002 (no magnets) - BPA Free

Brand: VuVatech

Country: Made in Sarasota, Florida, USA 


Includes five Smooth Unisex Rectal Dilators made out of medical grade BPA free plastic, instructions, travel bag and Slippery Stuff Lubricant. This lubricant is water based and very safe for customers who have sensitive skin and pelvic pain conditions. These are Graduated Vaginal Dilators Ultrasonically Sealed for Hygiene Purposes. The Graduated top makes for easier insertion.


Conditions that Rectal Dilator Therapy is recommended for:

Rectal Pain

Pelvic Floor Tension Myalgia

Chronic Prostatitus 

Ani Levator Syndrome

Post Radiation and Cancer Treatments


VuVa Unisex Rectal Dilators go up 1/4 inch in diameter from size to size. Instructions are included but we do recommend that you consult with a pelvic floor specialist or another healthcare professional before any type of dilator therapy. Make sure you are up to date with your annual exams as well. 

Instructions included recommend you use rectal trainers or dilators 20-30 minutes 1-2 times per day while laying down in a comfortable place. If you cannot use your dilators that long, it is okay. Use your dilators as long as you can and work up to that time table. You should never go over a 3-4 pain level when dilating out of pain score of 10. How long it takes a patient to move up in size depends on the severity of their condition. Rectal Dilators are a relatively safe treatment as long as you follow the instructions included or given to you by your healthcare provider. 

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists can help you with your rectal dilator treatment. We have a locator on the Resources Tab on our website. Please read our Return Policy. 


US Patent #9,687,274

*This dilator set does not include magnets*

The information on this website should not be substituted for your routine and necessary scheduled medical care. Please find a Pelvic or Rectal Pain Specialist or Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist to oversee your at home therapy program. 


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