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Re: Hi

Postby patience_and_healing » 29 Aug 2019, 17:30

18 mm is pretty large to start with, especially when using them without medical supervision. I would go with the smaller pediatric dilators, and start at 8mm.
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Re: Hi

Postby BigRW » 30 Aug 2019, 17:06

Any idea how to get them? UK.
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Re: Hi

Postby patience_and_healing » 02 Sep 2019, 22:08

Just Google for pediatric dilators, you may find them on eBay. They look like this: https://www.saveritemedical.com/product ... 2502864332
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