For more info, and if you live in NJ: Read more. This information will teach you about vaginal dilators and how to use them for vaginal dilator therapy. After menopause, your vagina becomes drier, less elastic stretchy , narrower, and shorter. This process can happen sooner if you had cancer treatments or a surgery to lower your risk of cancer. Using a vaginal dilator and starting vaginal dilator therapy can help with these changes. Vaginal dilators come in kits with different size dilators ranging from small about the size of a finger to large.
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Wow, your blog is the most informative posting I have found anywhere. There seems to be a lot of negative reporting about real belly inflating on the web. I have inflated for a few weeks and have not really been sure if it is safe. I use a foot pump or a small aquarium pump which takes about 5 minutes to reach the stage where I have to stop. I have not managed a tight belly so far, probably due to nervous about it.