“Milli is a breakthrough device offering a gradual and effective dilation experience. With Milli, 46% of users returned to intercourse in as little as three months.”
– Stephanie Prendergast: pelvic floor physical therapist, co-founder of the Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center and past President of the International Pelvic Pain Society
Milli is designed for any woman who needs vaginal rehabilitation and recovery.
I look at Milli like having my own physical therapist at home. And I can have it forever, and do it myself.
I love the concept that any time I have a spasm or pain, I now look forward to using my dilator. Having Milli is like having my own therapist at home..I keep gently expanding it and it helps stretch the muscles in a way that other dilators cannot…I can’t live without it now. I have become so dependent on it and am so grateful it exists.
Dina, age 30
Revolutionary Technology: Insert Then Expand
For the first time with a dilation device, women can let their bodies dictate how gradually they expand Milli. Women insert the device when it is closed, and then control the wand expansion one millimeter at a time. In this way. the dilation therapy is more attuned to a woman’s anatomy and how she feels.
Gradual Dilation Creates Confidence
Because dilation is changed in millimeters and not centimeters, women can set the device to the diameter that is right for their bodies each time they use Milli. More gradual dilation enables less pain, and women are more confident in their ability to execute their clinically recommended dilation therapy. This may be why 9 out of 10 women surveyed prefer Milli to static dilators.
The women who have used Milli report that they stick with their recommended therapy and are not worried about pain the way they were with static, plastic dilators because they insert Milli at its smallest diameter every time.
Scientific Advisory Board
Experts In Women’s Pelvic Health
MD; Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Mount Kisco Medical Group, New York
PhD; Director of Female Sexual Medicine at the Center for Pelvic Medicine in Pennsylvania
Sheryl A. Kingsberg
PhD; Chief, Division of Behavioral Medicine, Department of OB/GYN at Case Western University
MD; Gynecology and Executive Director: The Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship, California
RN, MPT; Founder and Practitioner at Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation Centers: San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles and Boston
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