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Dilators What are they? How does it work?

 

We know that 60% of women with endometriosis suffer from pain during sexual intercourse and during gynecological examinations ... pain at the entrance and/or in the back of the vagina.

When these pains are located at the bottom of the vagina ... they are caused by the endometriosis lesions: the famous LUS (utero sacral ligament).

When these pains are located at the entrance of the vagina, they are often caused by a reflex to close the vagina due to the fear of pain: our body protects us because it remembers the pain of the last time...

We have already talked to Easyendo about perineal massage, today it's the turn of the dilators! (also called "candles") 

The plus:

The difference in diameter and length of the dilators is a major asset because it allows you to progress at your own pace, slowly, step by step! Often in a kit there are 5/6 sizes from the smallest to a size that strongly resembles your partner's!

They are longer than our own fingers! So thanks to the dilators we can massage deeper into the vagina.

In practice:

It is always necessary to "prepare the area well":

put a large dab of lubricant at the entrance of the vagina,

do a self-massage "warming up" with your fingers for a few minutes,

put a large dab of lubricant on the dilator and gently, without forcing, insert it.

You hold the tip of the dilator in your fingers and you can now make circular movements with your hand. The pressure on the tissues will allow their mobilization: the goal is to remobilize and decrease the sensitivity.

You can then make back and forth, in and out movements.

The more you do these exercises daily, the more effective and faster the treatment will be.

For information:

No need for a prescription, they can be found in pharmacies or on the internet, at soft or less soft prices!

 

 

 

Ohhhhh what??? Ohnut!!! Do you know it?!?

 

For whom?

For the 60% of women with endometriosis who suffer from pain during sexual intercourse ... pain at the bottom of the vagina.

First reminder: when these pains are located at the bottom of the vagina ... they are caused by endometriosis lesions on the famous LUS (Ligament Utero Sacré).

Second little reminder: if there is pain at the entrance to the vagina, it is caused by a reflex to close the vagina due to the fear of pain: our body protects us, it remembers the pain of the last time...

We have already talked about perineal massage and dilators, today it's the turn of a new product, "OHNUT"!

 

What is it? How does it work?

Ohnut is an intimate shock absorber, it is 4 flexible rings of sexual comfort.

The rings are positioned on your partner's penis (erect), a sex toy, a dilator...

They allow to manage the depth of the penetration and thus to manage the pains:

they limit penetration from 1.5 cm to 7 cm.

The less you want a deep penetration, the more you position rings.

Note: the objective is to find or rediscover a deep sexuality without pain, these rings are a help but do not cure, it will still be necessary to do massages at the physiotherapist, self-massages, stretching to be able to have a sexuality without pain...

For info :

Ohnut can be used with a condom: first you put on the condom, then the lubricant, then Ohnut, 1.2.3.4 rings ... they will help to fix the condom even better!

Ohnut is made of a blend of polymers bodysafe, without bisphenol A, without phthalates, without latex.

It is washed by hand with water and intimate soap.

You can find it online around 70 euros.

Thanks to Emily Sauer who invented this object in 2017 because she suffered from dyspareunia herself!