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Self treatment for painful sexual intercourse
Dyspareunia is described as the experience of pain before, during or after sexual intercourse. Dyspareunia (painful sex) can be triggered by a number of medical causes, including infections of the vagina, cervix, fallopian tubes or lower urinary tract, childbirth-associated scarring, endometriosis, radiotherapy, prolapsed womb, allergies to lubricants/latex condoms or diaphragms/spermicidal creams and stress. Painful intercourse can also be caused by a condition called Vaginismus where the muscles of the vagina go into involuntary spasm in response to an attempt at penetration.
Amielle Comfort vaginal dilators offer an effective way for women to take an active role in their treatment of sexual disorders such as vaginismus and dyspareunia (painful sex), in the privacy and comfort of their own surroundings. Using your Amielle Comfort vaginal dilator will gently prepare you for sexual intercouse through 'training' your vagina to get used to the sensation of penetration.
Designed in conjunction with psychosexual therapists, Amielle Comfort vaginal dilators help women to familiarise themselves with their body and thus help to build their confidence at a pace that they decide suits them best.
5 graduated dilators
TWIST and LOCK handle
Instructions for use (you can also click on the link provided to see how to use your Amielle Comfort)
Amielle Comfort is available on prescription