Vaginal tightness
is real. Milli can help.

Milli is the first and only all in one vaginal dilator that gradually expands the vagina at a pace you control, helping you reclaim your sexual health and relieve the symptoms of vaginismus and painful sex. Milli is also the first FDA cleared vaginal dilator available over the counter.

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Expansion without reinsertion.

Milli is an all-in-one dilation device that gradually expands within your vagina-without the discomfort or inconvenience of removal and reinsertion.

One millimeter at a time.

Unlike static dilators that may have intimidating jumps in sizing, Milli gradually expands within the vagina millimeter by millimeter–ensuring you’re always in control of your pace and progress.


  • Vaginismus Overview

    Vaginismus Overview

    Do you dread going to the gynecologist because of traumatic pap smears? Does painful sex prevent you from achieving healthy intimacy with your partner? Do you find it impossible to insert a tampon? Or maybe you’ve been told you have an “overactive” or “tight” pelvic floor.  If any of this resonates, you may be suffering …

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  • Power of Questions in Your Vaginismus Journey

    Power of Questions in Your Vaginismus Journey

    Three questions you need to ask your doctor One-in-Five women in the United States experience sexual pain! There are many reasons for painful sex, but vaginismus-related pain (pain related to involuntary vaginal tightening) by far has the most success rate with treatments1. In a study in 2017, nearly 73% women suffering with vaginismus were able …

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  • Does Vaginismus Last Forever?

    Does Vaginismus Last Forever?

    Painful sex is unfortunately quite common, even if it isn’t regularly discussed.  The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists estimate that, at some point in their lives, 3 in 4 women will experience painful sex1.  One cause is a genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder called vaginismus.  Vaginismus is characterized by the uncontrolled tightening of the muscles at …

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1 Spector I, Carey M: Incidence and prevalence of the sexual dysfunctions: a critical review of the empirical literature. Arch. Sex. Behav. 19, 389–396 (1990).