Vaginismus, sometimes anglicized vaginism is the German name for a condition which affects a woman's ability to enjoy or engage in any form of vaginal penetration. This is caused by a conditioned reflex of the pubococcygeus muscle, which is sometimes referred to as the "PC muscle". This reflex causes the muscles in the vagina to suddenly become very tense, which makes any kind of vaginal penetration—including sexual intercourse—painful or impossible.
Physical treatment of the internal spasms may include sensate focus exercises, exploring the vagina through touch, and desensitization with VAGINA DILATOR. Berman Center Dilator Set™ as a novelty product has everything you need to train your vaginal muscles and pelvic floor to increase pleasure in your sex life.
Whether you struggle with discomfort during intercourse, sexual anxiety, or simply want to work on your pelvic floor strength, the Berman Center Dilator Set™ as a novelty product has everything you need to train your vaginal muscles and pelvic floor to increase pleasure in your sex life. Starting at 2.75" / 7cm circumference and going up to 4.75"/12.©m, the Dilator Set™ works for every woman, not matter what her sexual challenges. The vibratory option helps to take the clinical edge off dilator use by making the focus on pleasure as well as training.
Vagina Dilator Set™ includes vibrating dilator which may be used independently plus 3 graduated interchangeable, interlocking dilator sleeves and a soft, Silicone sleeve. Unique interlocking system secures your dilator to the sleeves. Stack the sleeves to the desired size. For extra comfort and versatility, slip on the Silicone sleeve.
Requires 2 AA batteries, not included.
Dilator may be used with any lubricant. Use only water based lubricant with the Silicone sleeve. Be sure to secure cap tightly prior to cleaning or use in water. Clean after each use. Immerse in soapy water or use an anti-bacterial toy cleaner.
For women, kegels increase blood flow to the genitals which helps improve sensitivity to the vagina (G spot) and clitoris, as well as increased lubrication, all of which contribute to the ability to achieve “easier” orgasms. Kegels also strengthen and thicken the PC muscle (called the LOVE muscle by some), which during orgasm causes more powerful and longer contractions, therefore, intensifying orgasms and pleasure. In addition, they allow women to create a tighter grip on their lover's penis during sex, and therefore both partners benefit from more pleasurable intercourse.