Pelvic Wand Therapy First Timers Guide

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Intimate Rose Pelvic Wand Videos & Product Guideline  

Urology Health Store Canada gets a ton of questions on how to use and maximize your treatment potential using the Intimate Rose Pelvic Wand.  In this short blog we will outline some helpful videos on product guide features for getting started with your pelvic wand therapy. 

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Trigger points are specific areas within a muscle that are notably painful when pressed or palpated. These points are often marked by taut, knotted bands in the muscle tissue and are known to produce a distinct pattern of pain that can radiate to other areas, known as a referral pain pattern.

Tender points refer to spots that are sensitive or painful when touched, typically found in muscles, where muscles connect to tendons, in bursae, or within fatty tissue. Additionally, these tender points can develop due to the presence of scar tissue in the vagina.

Tender points are often associated with various chronic pelvic pain conditions. They are particularly prevalent in the following situations, listed in bullet points for clarity:

  • Vaginismus: Involuntary muscle contraction causing painful intercourse.
  • Vestibulodynia: Pain and discomfort in the vulvar vestibule area.
  • Vulvodynia: Chronic discomfort or pain in the vulva without an identifiable cause.
  • Coccydynia: Pain in the coccygeal (tailbone) region.
  • Proctalgia Fugax: Sudden, severe pain in the rectal area.
  • Endometriosis: A condition where tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus grows outside of it, causing pain.
  • Post-Childbirth: Discomfort and pain in the pelvic region following childbirth.
  • Post-Pelvic Surgery: Pain that can occur after surgeries in the pelvic area, such as a hysterectomy.

Pelvic floor muscle pain can manifest in various ways, often making it challenging to diagnose and treat. If you're experiencing any of the following symptoms, it might be due to trigger points or tender points in your pelvic floor muscles:

  • Deep Pelvic Aches: Feeling a constant or intermittent ache deep within the pelvis.
  • Pain During Intercourse: Experiencing burning or zinging sensations during sexual activity.
  • Urination Discomfort: Burning sensations while urinating, even in the absence of a bacterial infection.
  • Unexplained Sexual Pain: Encountering pain during sexual activities without a known cause.
  • Penetration Intolerance: Difficulty or inability to tolerate vaginal penetration, whether for sexual activity, medical examinations, or tampon use.
  • Tailbone Pain: Persistent or intermittent pain in the tailbone area (coccyx).
  • Chronic Constipation: Experiencing constipation regularly without any identifiable cause.
  • Groin Pain: Discomfort or pain in the groin region.
  • Bladder Area Pain: Pain or discomfort around the bladder area.

Being aware of these symptoms is crucial for timely and effective treatment. If you're experiencing any of these signs, it's important to consult a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and management.


Who Can Benefit from Using a Pelvic Wand?

If you are new to the Pelvic wands they may seem really intimating at first, rest assured you are not the only one feeling this way! Intimate Rose has strategically designed this wand to allow for the most comfortable and effective treatment experience possible.

Generally speaking Pelvic Wands are ideal for those who are experiencing pelvic pain due to trigger points or tender points in the pelvic floor muscles. Common conditions associated with pelvic floor trigger points are: Endometriosis, Interstitial Cystitis (IC), Coccydynia (Tailbone pain), Vaginismus, Vestibulodynia, Vulvadynia, Proctalgia Fugax, post pelvic surgery, post cancer treatment, pregnancy, and post partum

Please view the instructional videos below to learn about how the pelvic wand and its different variations can help your pelvic floor. 


Intimate rose's series of Pelvic Wand Videos




 How do I Use a Pelvic Wand?

  1. Wash the wand with warm water and soap.
  2. Designate a place in your home that is safe, quiet and comfortable, such as your bed.
  3. Decide which end of the wand to use. The pointed end is beneficial for the deeper pelvic floor muscles, whereas the shorter rounded end is for the muscles near the entrance of the vagina and to address tender points in the rectum.
  4. Use a generous amount of water-based lubricant on the first 1 to 2 inches of the desired treatment end of the wand, as well as the opening of the vagina. The use of a water-based lubricant is important to preserve the medical grade silicone of the wand.
  5. Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet planted. Some people may prefer to lie on their side instead. If that’s the case, be sure to bend your knees and support your top leg with a folded pillow between your knees.
  6. Begin your session by breathing in and allowing your belly to expand, followed by exhaling, allowing your belly to slowly fall. The act of slowly exhaling helps to naturally relax the pelvic floor muscles. Repeat the deep breathing pattern, and continue to do so steadily and deliberately. Gently bring the wand to the opening of the vagina and carefully insert it on an exhale.
  7. Gently sweep the end of the wand until you encounter a tender point. When you find tender point, gently compress the end of the wand into the tender point with the same firmness you would use to check a tomato for ripeness. For example, don’t press so hard you squish your tomato.
  8. Maintain gentle pressure on the tender point and slowly move your bent knee left and right until you find a position that stops the pain in the pelvic floor muscle. When you find this position, remain there for 1 to 2 minutes to allow the tender point to fully release. Continue to breathe deeply.
  9. Repeat this process 1 or 2 times per day as needed.



Where do I purchase a Pelvic Wand? 

Finding the right pelvic wand is crucial for effective therapy and comfort. At Urology Health Store Canada, we understand the importance of quality and reliability in your pelvic health journey. That's why we offer a carefully curated selection of pelvic wands, including the highly recommended Intimate Rose Pelvic Wand.

The easiest, most convenient and cost effective way to purchase a pelvic wand is through our online store. We provide detailed product descriptions, customer reviews, and additional resources to help you make an informed decision. Simply visit Urology Health Store Canada's website, browse our pelvic wand section, and choose the wand that best fits your needs. Our secure online platform ensures a safe and hassle-free shopping experience with discrete and fast shipping. Put your trust in urology health store for all your pelvic health products.

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