Discover a host of frequently asked questions about the use of vaginal dilators. At BioMoi™ we believe women have the right to fulfilling their sexuality. Learn how dilator therapy could help treat various conditions, including painful intercourse, and put you on track to a happy sex life. Purchase an antimicrobial vaginal dilator today and get started. Not sure which size or how often to use a dilator? See below for BioMoi’s expert advice. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for, contact a BioMoi expert with any questions or concerns and we’ll be happy to help!
A vaginal dilator, also referred to as a vaginal trainer, is a cylindrical tube-shaped device used to stretch and lengthen the vagina. BioMoi vaginal dilators are made of antimicrobial silicone and, when paired with vaginal dilation therapy, can be used to relieve symptoms from vaginal conditions that affect the pelvic floor muscles.
Vaginal dilation therapy is a nonsurgical remedy to regain natural vaginal elasticity and capacity, while also providing relief from difficult or painful intercourse, as well as other vaginal conditions such as vaginismus and vulvodynia. Using a vaginal dilator gradually over time stretches the vagina and strengthens the pelvic floor muscles while alleviating pain.
Vaginal Dilators are recommended by gynecologists, surgeons, urogynecologists, pelvic floor physical therapists, sex therapists, and marital and family therapists. Vaginal dilator therapy is prescribed to remedy various conditions, such as:
- Vaginal atrophy
- Vaginal stenosis
- Post-vaginal surgery
- Genital reassignment surgery
We recommend that you do not self-diagnose nor self-treat and that you undergo a thorough medical and pelvic exam with your doctor.
The dilator that you should start with is the one you can insert without feeling pain or resistance. This also depends on the condition you are treating with vaginal dilator therapy. Speak to your Ob/Gyn, physical therapist, or health care provider about what size vaginal dilator is right for you.
BioMoi vaginal dilators will produce the best results when used several times a week. While safe to use on a daily basis, we recommend you skip a day between therapy sessions to avoid irritation.
You should always apply a water-based lubricant when using a vaginal dilator. Apply liberally to the dilator and to the opening of your vagina. You can also apply more during the session if you feel friction.
You can also regularly use vaginal moisturizers inside your vagina and on the vulva, right before bedtime to ensure maximum absorption.
BioMoi has carefully selected antimicrobial vaginal dilators made of US premium silicone. Like all orifices of the body, the vagina hosts an army of good germs. The antimicrobial component of BioMoi dilators ensures elimination of 99.99% of harmful bacteria, fungi, and viruses, so you do not risk contaminating your vaginal flora.
Vaginal dilators can be used for a variety of reasons and results will vary case by case. Vaginal dilators have a very high success rate in treating vaginismus, dyspareunia, and vulvodynia. Typically used to expand and restore vaginal capacity, vaginal dilator therapy, when done consistently, can be a great nonsurgical at-home remedy to stretch the vagina. The use of a dilator is considered successful when a woman is able to resume sexual intercourse comfortably.
To clean BioMoi silicone antimicrobial dilators, simply rinse them off with a little soap and water. That’s it! BioMoi’s antimicrobial properties eliminate 99.99% of all bacteria, viruses, and fungi, so no special cleaning or cleaners are required!
You can purchase a vaginal dilator online today from BioMoi™— the only antimicrobial silicone vaginal dilator on the market. We also offer a variety of sizes and dilator sets for your convenience, with great prices and discrete shipping. Vaginal dilators are an FSA/HSA eligible item and you may be eligible for reimbursement with flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA).
BioMoi™ vaginal dilator kits are eligible for reimbursement with your flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA). Take control of your vaginal health and consult with your women's healthcare provider about how dilator treatments can help you with common vaginal and pelvic floor disorders.