If you or someone you know is suffering from vaginal pain, or are undergoing post-surgery therapy, pelvic floor muscle exercises and dilation exercises may be useful to you. Any exercises should only be done after consultation with your health care provider. Whilst the series of FUZE+ dilators are not registered as a medical device, the gentle shape and flexible silicone make them often preferred by people performing pelvic floor muscle exercises.

Anything thought of as medical can be intimidating. Even the language used can be difficult to comprehend sometimes. Don’t worry, you are not alone. There is absolutely no reason to feel scared. The first step to solving any problem is to understand it, and the more you know, the more power you take back for yourself.

To help you along the way, we have adapted an informational guide, originally created by Come As You Are, with much help from Stephanie Thibault-Gagnon PT, BSC (PT) and Evelyne Gentilcore-Saulnier PT, BSc (PT), MSc.. Any information contained in this guide is not meant to be used as medical advice and is not an alternative to talking with your gynaecologist, doctor or other medical specialist. The best place to learn more about your individual situation is of course from your health professional. If you feel like you may need extra help or support, please feel free to look at the sites in our resources section.

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