Natural Treatment for Painful Vaginal Conditions

Vaginal Dilators Provide At-Home Recovery 

When it comes to women’s health, there's an array of vaginal conditions that women are susceptible to during menopause and after childbirth, cancer, and other medical procedures. Although common, many female sexual pain disorders are not frequently discussed. For many women vaginal dilators can be a non-surgical, natural, at-home treatment for conditions that cause pelvic pain. You deserve to have a pain-free and fulfilling sex life, so if you are experiencing any sort of discomfort, consult with a physician to help identify the underlying cause for your symptoms and ask about vaginal dilator treatment. BioMoi™ vaginal dilator kits are eligible for reimbursement with flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA). Let BioMoi™ help you start on the road to recovery.

Vaginismus is a condition in which involuntary muscle spasms of the vaginal opening  cause painful penetration. Learn how to treat vaginismus at home by training your muscles to relax.

Dyspareunia or painful intercourse is a common vaginal condition resulting in extreme pain before, during, or after sexual intercourse as a result of a medical issue or phycological factors. Learn how to treat dyspareunia naturally.

Chronic pain or discomfort when touched or pressure is applied to the vulva (the opening of the vagina). Vaginal dilators can offer a natural treatment for vulvar pain, providing the relief you're seeking.

As a result of significant lowered estrogen levels, vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis causes thinning and drying of vaginal walls. Although very painful, there are treatment options for vaginal atrophy.

Menopause and perimenopause cause a drop in estrogen levels that play a crucial role in vaginal health. Women experiencing menopause often notice vaginal tightness and dryness that can result in chronic pelvic pain. Learn how vaginal dilator therapy with the BioMoi™ step-by-step 6-piece dilator kit is an effective and comfortable treatment for chronic conditions that may occur as a result of menopause.