What to Know Before Dilating

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If you have tight pelvic floor muscles, pain with penetration, or feel like you are pooping watermelons—maybe you read online or are told that you should do a dilator program. If you search pelvic floor physical therapy, dilators are almost the first thing that comes up. They appear silly and even sometimes intimidating or scary, but with the right tips they can be an incredibly useful tool towards pain-free sexy time.

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