"I see many women in my practice who have painful intercourse or pelvic pain due to pelvic floor myalgia or spasm. Soul Source dilators are part of a comprehensive treatment plan for those women. The treatment goal is not to dilate the vagina, but to "teach" the vagina to accept fullness without spasm—and vaginal dilators are essential for this."— Karen Adams, MD Associate Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine
Ordering by Mail
To order over the phone or by mail, please contact us at:
Soul Source Therapeutic Devices
12442 ½ Oxnard Street
North Hollywood, CA 91606
Soul Source silicone dilators were created by a sex therapist and gynecologist to help women undergoing progressive vaginal dilation therapy. This is a process that involves the careful, comfortable and slow insertion of vaginal dilators into the vagina.
Most women will begin with the largest size silicone dilator that feels comfortable and gradually increase its size over time. This allows women to gain more confidence and helps to avoid painful intercourse.
Silicone vaginal dilators are used to address these conditions:
- Painful sex (dyspareunia)
- Menopause (vulva vaginal atrophy, or VVA)
- Cancer treatments (including chemotherapy and radiation therapy)
- Post-surgical vaginal swelling
These vaginal dilators are made of silicone rubber which makes them resilient, able to retain body heat and easy to care for. They feel comfortable, with a texture that resembles body tissue, being stable from -50 degrees to +340 degrees Fahrenheit. Our quality dilators may be chilled, used at room temperature or warmed. They are available in 8 sizes and can be purchased individually.
We recommend that women consult with a qualified health professional specializing in pelvic floor disorders for the most effective physical therapeutic benefit.
The information in this website is about a technical device, vaginal dilators. This information should not be used during any medical emergency, or for the diagnosis of any medical condition. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions.