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Hi there, my wife has recently been diagnosed with vaginismus and atrophy by the doctor, and recommended by him to get dilators.
She has tasked me to research, find, buy and help her in this, which in my caring love for her naturally is a pleasure.
The task i thought would be not too difficult, although after spending almost all day trying to fathom, i find myself seeking advice so am here.
With vaginismus and atrophy she suffers dryness and pain if we attempt sex, so for quite some time we've entertained other means of intimacy, that don't include penetrative sex due to in not be a joy for either of us.
Cutting to the chase my question and quandary is… In looking at dilators today and understanding i believe they are to stretch, strengthen and help rejuvenate the vagina, i look at them and question the largest in the sets.
Most sets the largest dilator measure between 28mm to 36 at best, which speaking in frank terms won’t be representative of my girth. Earlier i was in the bathroom looking for examples, and for the purpose of this exercise… really, i aroused myself to measure, wondering if I was under an illusion!
In measuring, my girth is a little over 50mm, so wonder, are there dilators which go to this size, am I under a miss-understanding?
Thank You for reading, any useful advice would be most appreciated, thank You, Greg
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