If you’re experiencing vaginal discomfort, don’t despair. There are things you can do that will improve vaginal comfort and health, including using topicals and physical tools.
Used regularly, natural vaginal moisturizers relieve the discomfort of vaginal dryness, and help keep tissues supple and elastic. Sexual lubricants act as a temporary replacement for vaginal wetness, reducing friction during sex. Other types of products are designed to soothe and heal genital tissues that itch, feel dry, or are sensitive to the touch.
Meanwhile, vaginal dilator sets are recommended if you experience painful sex, have difficulty with penetration, or would simply like to make sex after 50 more comfortable.
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The Amielle dilators range in size from .63” to 1 1/2” for progressive vaginal dilation therapy. The smallest cone is 2¾” long without the handle; the largest is 6¼” long before attaching to the handle. Each cone has a silky-smooth finish and a slight taper for easy transition between sizes. Made of medical-grade hard plastic, they can be thoroughly cleaned and are nontoxic and latex-free. Carry/storage bag is included.
Manufacturer: Owen Mumford
Choose to use dilators if you have difficulty with penetration. The cause may be vaginismus (muscle spasms causing vaginal tightness), medical treatment or surgery that has narrowed or shortened the vagina, or menopause, which can itself narrow or shorten the vagina.
These dilators are firm enough to be easy to insert, and the range of sizes is practical for regaining vaginal capacity.