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Amielle Care

Product code: 2916690
£36.40
(incl VAT)
Amielle Care is a kit designed to help those women suffering from post pelvic radiotherapy adhesions and scarring.

The kit contains:
  • 4 Vaginal dilators.
  • Universal handle.
  • Lubricating gel ( Sylk )
  • Instructions for use.
  • Demonstration DVD.
Amielle Care is a self-treatment kit for those who have had radiotherapy to the vagina, cervix or pelvis.

Radiotherapy can cause internal scarring to the treated areas. Scarring or adhesions make the vagina narrow, dry and less elastic which may cause pain during sexual intercourse or internal examinations.

By using the Amielle Care dilators you can help prevent the formation of scar tissue and take an active role in your treatment.

Warnings and Precautions:
Do not use the dilators if you are bleeding from the treatment you have received so far.
You may experience some spotting or slight bleeding when using the dilators. This is perfectly natural and indicates that the scar tissue is being broken down successfully.
However, if the bleeding becomes heavy or continues, stop using the dilators and seek advice from your doctor.