Vaginismus Home Treatment

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Dilator At-Home Therapy for Vaginismus

Experience successful vaginismus treatment at home using BioMoi antimicrobial vaginal dilator therapy. Combining dilator treatment, pelvic floor exercises, and advice from your healthcare provider, you can treat penetration difficulty and common female sexual conditions with a 99% success rate. BioMoi silicone vaginal dilator sets are made with BioCote® antimicrobial technology. Easily manage graduated vaginal insertion exercises and at-home treatment with a step-by-step 6-piece dilator kit. Our vaginal dilators can help you by naturally stretching vaginal muscles in a comfortable and controlled environment.

Signs and Symptoms of Vaginismus

Vaginismus is when the pelvic floor muscles tighten involuntarily in anticipation of vaginal penetration, preventing the vagina from stretching and opening. Symptoms vary in difficulty and pain during sexual intercourse (dyspareunia), when undergoing a gynecological exam, or even when inserting a tampon.

Vaginismus affects women of all walks of life, regardless of age, social environment, or education. It may be caused by emotional or physical stressors, eventually resulting in frustration, fear of intimacy, and progressive decrease in libido.

Unfortunately, many women feel uncomfortable or ashamed to talk about their pain, often not seeking treatment for a condition that is, in nearly all cases, naturally reversible. One proven way to treat vaginismus at home is to use a silicone vaginal dilator to naturally stretch and strengthen the vaginal opening.

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Vaginismus Physical Causes

Health conditions such as UTI, cancer
Pelvic surgery
Insufficient vaginal lubrication
Side effects of certain medications

Non-Physical Causes & Psychological Triggers

Fear and anxiety
Relationship problems
Traumatic personal events

Treating Vaginismus with Dilator Therapy

Once your doctor has performed a pelvic exam and ruled out underlying conditions, he/she will likely recommend a series of steps for how to treat vaginismus at home to help you regain control of your pelvic floor muscles. Therapy may include Kegel exercises, sex therapy, sexual anatomy education, and vaginal dilators.

Dilator therapy - also called insertion therapy - consists of gradually training the muscles to accept pressure and stretch in width and depth. Exercising with the cylinder-shaped dilator daily over the course of several weeks, your body learns to accept penetration. Progressively increasing the size, along with breathing and relaxing during the exercise, contributes to “deprogramming” the triggers that prevented the vagina to fully open.

Following the instructions is critical to success.

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Related Vaginal Conditions

BioMoi vaginal dilator therapy is also a successful and effective at-home treatment for related vaginal conditions. Learn more about additional symptoms women commonly experience and other causes for uncomfortable intercourse or penetration.