Soul Source Genital Reassignment Surgery Dilators – Large Set
Soul Source Gender Reassignment Surgery dilators were designed by a leading surgeon to help patients maintain vaginal depth and diameter following genital reassignment surgery. Gender Reassignment surgery dilators are made in the USA and are recommended by surgeons throughout the world. Made from a rigid polyurethane with a unique design including depth markings, finger holds, and a curvature to better accommodate the anatomy of the female vaginal canal.
Gender Reassignment Surgery dilators can be chilled for post-surgical swelling. These Gender Reassignment Surgery dilators are made of rigid polyurethane, being stable from -49 degrees to +158 degrees Fahrenheit.
Storage pouch included.
This set includes the following dilators:
- Size #1 (violet) 9″ length x 1-1/8″ diameter
- Size #2 (orange) 9″ length x 1-1/4″ diameter
- Size #3 (green) 9″ length x 1-3/8″ diameter
- Size #4 (orange) 9″ length x 1-1/2″ diameter
How can I clean my dilators?
Wash the dilators with warm water and mild soap. Pat dry and allow to fully air dry before storing them. We recommend that you store your silicone dilators wrapped in a clean cotton cloth; GRS dilators can be stored in the supplied storage pouch. Never soak your dilators in alcohol or sterilizing solutions containing alcohol, especially with the rigid plastic or GRS dilators.
What is the difference between a dilator and a sex toy?
Sex toys are designed to provide sexual stimulation. Some vibrate; some are anatomically correct to resemble a penis. Dilators are therapeutic devices and can be used without the need for sexual stimulation. Sexual pleasure is not its purpose, the key is to use it as prescribed.
Can dilators be sterilized by autoclave or boiling?
GRS and Rigid Plastic dilators can NEVER be boiled or autoclaved.
Are dilators covered by my medical insurance?
CMT, Inc does not handle insurance claims directly. Reimbursement may be available for dilator purchases, depending on your particular medical insurance policy. If you have a prescription for dilator usage from a medical professional, you may be able to submit a claim. Check with your insurance provider to see if you have coverage.
GRS Dilators can be used with water-based personal lubricant.
Consult your physician regarding insertion technique and dilation frequency.