Self-managed  dilator treatment in the privacy and comfort of your home

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If you’ve found yourself here, you may be asking yourself “Why me? Why have I been burdened with painful sex?” It’s entirely normal to have this reaction but it’s important to remember that you are not alone in this journey. We are here to show you that there are many other women, all over the world, who are going through the same experience as you. Dyspareunia and Vaginismus affects countless women from all walks of life, and your experience is valid and deserving of care and attention. 

First and foremost, vaginismus and dyspareunia is not your fault. It’s not a result of something you did or didn’t do. It’s not caused by any inadequacy on your part. Vaginismus and dyspareunia are  medical conditions, and like any medical condition, they can happen to anyone. Be kind to yourself and remember that you deserve understanding, support, and effective treatment.
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Vaginismus: what is it?
Vaginismus is described as the involuntary cramping, tensing or contracting of the pelvic floor muscles around the vagina1. The muscles tightening is an automatic reaction from the body which stems from a stress response in relation to partial or full penetration. In some cases, even just the mere thought of it can trigger a response. If you want to know more about vaginismus click below.

Amielle Comfort dilators
Vaginal dilators play a key role in one of the most important treatment steps for vaginismus, progressive desensitisation. In this therapy, dilators are introduced to help you gradually become more comfortable with touching around the vagina. Our Amielle Comfort dilators are designed to help you familiarise yourself with your body until you feel able to progress to natural penetration.

Amielle Comfort’s incremental dilators sizes enable you to start with smallest one and gradually increase at a comfortable rate, minimising the risk of pain or discomfort during the treatment process. Designed for convenient use, Amielle Comfort dilators comes prepackaged with lubricant, a handle, a linen storage pouch and an IFU.

Expertly designed – developed in conjunction with psychosexual therapists
Detailed instructions for use, breathing techniques and how to use video
Twist and lock handle for more control


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With you every step of the way
We understand that our dilators are only one step in a wider journey towards pain free sex and so want to provide a holistic approach to pelvic health that is both comfortable and effective. So, we have collaborated with pelvic health experts to gather a wealth of resources and education which will help bolster your personal experience. Our Vaginismus ebook, including a treatment roadmap, breathing techniques and more for you.

Follow our step-by-step how to use video

Watch our step-by-step instructions by pelvic health expert, Gaynor Morgan. For those experiencing vaginismus, painful penetration, dyspareunia, vaginal exams, smear tests and tampon insertion.
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Reference: 1. Bakker RM, ter Kuile MM, Vermeer WM, et al. Sexual rehabilitation after pelvic radiotherapy and vaginal dilator use: consensus using the Delphi method. Int J Gynecol Cancer. 2014;24(8):1499–1506.