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Prepare for your Hysterectomy the Easy Way

We’ve made it easy for you with the Hysterectomy Prep Set.

As you prepare for your surgery, keep things simple by ordering this kit: Pocket Binder for gentle compression, Cool packs for ice relief, Quick Patient Kit including eye mask and ear plugs, mesh panties, the Silky Sac for laundry ease and a free downloadable book – all to help you recover from your hysterectomy.

Read more about the Hysterectomy Prep Set.

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Savings for you with our Hysterectomy Prep Set

Not sure what you might need for your hysterectomy recovery? The Hysterectomy Prep Set has it all! Buy it for yourself or give it as a gift!

** A $75.00+ value packaged together for savings for you!

The Perfect Pocket Binder – ($46.95 value) provides cooling relief and support for the first stage of your recovery, and for the second stage of your recovery, just leave out the cool pack and you still have all the support your belly needs and wants. Read more about this Perfect Pocket Binder and sizing options by clicking here

Pick your binder size: Measure yourself around the incision area (this will be between your belly button and your hips).
31-36″ fits our Extra-Small/Small
35″- 50″ fits our Medium/Large
48″- 58″ fits our XL/2XL (add $4.00)

Cool Packs – Use inside your Perfect Pocket Binder or alone, against your sore belly. These handy packs are reusable medical packs. Freeze them or heat them and they stay flexible.

Quick Patient Recovery Kit – ($7.99 value) Comes with a pair of Ultra and Slim fit soft foam earplugs, a silky-smooth eye mask, and a travel pouch! Help block out those hospital noises so you can get some rest. (Repackaged to fit inside Hysterectomy Store’s packaging)

Silky Sac – ($9.50 value) Help protect your best recovery tool! This washer bag can be used during recovery to wash your binder gently, while still maintaining it’s effectiveness. Use it after to wash your delicates.

Mesh Panties – ($7.99 value) Set of two, these panties are really stretchy and light, making it perfect for the post op belly.

BONUS eBook – ($5.00 value) Receive digital download book as a resource for preparing and recovering from surgery.

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Move Walk Slowly But Keep Moving

Move and walk slowly, but keep moving – Hysterectomy Recovery Tip

Right after your hysterectomy you will likely want to rest. And resting is a good idea!  But, staying still too long can lead to serious, and even life-threatening complications. As you are resting, it is important to get up and move regularly. Your body heals while it is resting but your body also needs to regain strength.

As your activity level is restricted during the first few weeks, regularly take a walk around your house. As you get up to go to the bathroom, take a few laps around your house. Refresh your water. Take a stroll to the mailbox if its near your house. Know that slowly moving is a good thing for your swollen, sore body.

There are several benefits to walking soon after your hysterectomy.  Walking can help treat constipation. Walking can also rid your body of gas that is trapped in your body after laparoscopic surgery.

Your stamina will increase along with your walking as you add slow activity to your hysterectomy recovery.

Of course, to help your tender tummy, we suggest an abdominal binder or a pocket abdominal binder (with ice packs) to help you to feel more comfortable as you move. Find both in the Hysterectomy Store.

 

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