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Keep Your Paperwork in One Spot

Your surgery will generate a pile of paper. You’ll get paper from your insurance company, the surgeon’s office, the hospital from registration to discharge and bills from anesthesia and perhaps pathology.

As those papers arrive or you come home from the hospital with them, be aware they can be very important to you – even if they mean little to you at the moment.

Keep track of them by purposefully putting them in one location. A file box. A folder. A particular drawer in your kitchen. Your bedside table.

At some point you may have questions and need to reference a piece of paperwork and you will know where it is.

Keep your paperwork in one spot.

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Good things for you – 3 Style Panty Pack

We know that hysterectomy recovery can be a challenge. But did you know that having the right underwear – panties – can make a world of difference to your comfort and recovery?

From the day of surgery until you head back to work, these panties are perfect for your recovery and we’ve packaged them together for your surgery (hysterectomy, c-section, tummy tuck) recovery.

Mesh Panties (two pairs)

These lightweight, stretchy panties are perfect to wear over your tender stitches and incisions. These mesh panties hold peri pads securely during hysterectomy recovery, c-section or other surgeries.

Granny Panties (two pairs)

These full-cut Granny Panties are a yummy, soft, stretch cotton to wear over your tender, swollen belly. The waist sits right above your naval, and the seat is generously cut to discourage “riding up”, allowing for maximum comfort.

Nylon Support Briefs (two pairs)

This is our best seller panty and is a light-weight control panty for your tender tummy. These panties provide gentle compression to help you with mobility and helping you ease back into your activities and clothes.

Read more about 3 Style Panty Pack and buy them for yourself today!

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Don’t Lift Anything Heavier than a Gallon of Milk

Allowing your tummy muscles to rest and heal is a challenging task. One of the instructions you are likely to be given as you are discharged from the hospital after hysterectomy.

Its easy to gauge your weight restrictions – do not lift anything heavier than a gallon of milk.

Don’t push a shopping cart.

Don’t vacuum your living room rug.

Allow yourself to heal!

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