Intimrelax is a system for progressive rehabilitation of the atrophic vaginitis or need slender vaginal dilators.The Femintimate Intimrelax Progressive Rehabilitation Vagina Dilator & Training System allows to do exercise and to progressively dilate the vaginal duct. It allows at the same time, with small exercises, the progressive improvement of the symptoms derived from atrophic vaginitis. The Intimrelax Progressive Rehabilitation System is made up of three slim silicone elements with a perfectly ergonomic form and different sizes in order to gradually solve this disorder which has adverse effects on sexuality and psychological health in general.
The Femintimate Intimrelax Vagina Dilator & Training System starts with a very small pink silicone dilator that is just .375 inches at its widest with a .25 inch wide minimum that has just over 2.5 inches insertable length and a finger grip that is .9 inches wide. The second dilator has 3.75 inches insertable with a .57 inch max girth that tapers in to just .35 inches and is held onto easily with a 1.1 inch wide handle. The third and largest in the set has a .375 inch minimum that swells to just under an inch wide with a 4.8 inch insertable length to the 1 inch wide grip. First of all, a small amount of water-based lubricant should be applied to the entrance of the vagina (approximately a chestnut-sized amount) and it should be gently massaged for 2-3 minutes. After having done so, the next step is to take the smallest component of Intimrelax. The same amount of lubricant should be likewise applied to the tip. Straightaway, pressure should be applied to insert it in the vagina in a gentle and progressive way. If dryness is perceived, more lubricant should be added.
This exercise can be done for 10 to 15 minutes with small movements in and out. It is important to bear in mind that the contraction of the vaginal muscles is adverse and if it occurs the exercise should be stopped. The objective is to relax the vaginal area as well as alleviating the discomfort caused by atrophic vaginitis. Therefore the exercises should be carried out in a comfortable place. One session a day is enough. When the smallest component can comfortably be inserted without discomfort as part of the exercises, they should be continued with a bigger component. Some people have even found they can use the handle as a g-spot stimulator since you can work up in size and length of reach. These work great for trans women that have done the MTF bottom surgery.Vaginismus Is Involuntary, Not Intentional - It is important to mention that vaginismus is not caused deliberately or intentionally by a woman. This happens involuntarily, without intentional control and often without being aware of it. Vaginismus has a variety of causes, which are usually in response to a combination of physical or emotional factors. The mystery of the problem can be very frustrating and distressing for both the woman and her partner. Despite the fact that vaginismus is involuntary and can strike any woman, many women feel very ashamed for not being able to have an intercourse and hide their pain privately.
Being made of super soft, superior grade Silicone that FemIntimate by Adrien Lastic is known for make them easily cleaned using soap and water or an antibacterial Toy Cleaner to do it even quicker. Phthalate Free. The Intimrelax should be used in conjunction with a water based lubricant in order to make the exercises easier and at the same time lubricate and hydrate the vaginal mucosa. for the best experience possible.
Length: 3.45 inch(Small), 4.8 inch(Medium), 5.75 inch(Large)
Insertable Length: 2.55 inch(Small), 3.75 inch(Medium), 4.8 inch(Large)
Width: Small - .375 inch(swell), .25 inch(trough), .91 inch(handle/tip); Medium - .57 inch(swell), .35 inch(trough), 1.1 inch(handle/tip); Large - .91 inch(swell), .375 inch(trough), 1 inch(handle/tip);
Weight: 4 oz(kit)
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Special Features: variety of graduated sizes, wavy shaft, finger dimple handle, smooth tip, g-spot stimulation, Water Resistant, Body-Safe
The symptoms are:
– Burning or itching with constriction during sex
-Difficult or impossible penetration, painful penetration, uncomfortable insertion of the penis
– Continuous sexual discomfort or pain after childbirth, urinary infections, sexual transmission diseases, hysterectomy, menopause or other problems
– Continuous sexual pain of unknown causes, with no apparent reason
– Difficulty when inserting a tampon, or when having a gynecologic/pelvic test
– Spasms in other body muscle groups (legs, lower back, etc.) and/or interruption of breathing during intercourse attempts.
-Avoidance of sex due to pain and/or failure