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Featuring favorite and best selling products to help customers find what they need for hysterectomy, abdomial surgeries like c-section and tummy tuck. Although hysterectomy surgery is different in some ways to other abdominal surgeries, it is very similar in its recovery needs to a tummy tuck surgery, a c-section (caesarean section) and other open abdominal surgeries.

Mesh panties to protect tummy

When would I need to wear mesh panties?

Mesh panties are perfect to wear right after your surgery, when your incision/s are painful, tender and swollen. Mesh panties are lightweight, stretchy and fit easily over your belly and stitches.

Are these mesh panties washable?

Yes. Machine wash on delicate cycle within a laundry bag like our Silky Sac or handwash. Air dry.

Can I use these mesh panties to hold my peri-pads after c-section? After hysterectomy?

Yes. These panties are perfect to hold post-surgery pads in place.

More questions? Read more about our mesh panties.

B-12 for Menopause Symptoms

If you are in menopause, you may be suffering from one or more of these symptoms related to B-12 deficiency:

  • Fatigue
  • Memory loss
  • Depression
  • Anemia
  • Vision Loss
  • Dizziness
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Tingling in hands or feet
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Loss of Muscle control

Vitamin B-12 is an important vitamin that is hard to receive in adequate amounts as we age. As we near 45 years, the changes in our body make it even more difficult to properly metabolize this important nutrient.

Here at the Hysterectomy Store, we’ve discovered the B-12 patch is a great way of getting the B-12 our body needs. You place the patch behind your ear for 24 hours – once a week! Each box contains a one month supple – 4 patches.

Check it out in store: https://www.hysterectomystore.com/b-12-patch/

Be kind to yourself,
Bluebird Sisters(tm)

Do I really need a hysterectomy?

From  Your Hysterectomy Guide

Do I really need a hysterectomy?

There are many different reasons why a woman might need a hysterectomy. Fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, abnormal uterine bleeding, cancer or other unexplained pelvic pain can all lead to a hysterectomy.

No matter the reason, and no matter how much you trust and respect your physician, it is always a good idea to get a second (and third!) opinion. Whether they confirm the first opinion or provide you with….

Read more and download your copy: Your Hysterectomy Guide