There are a lot of things that you must change in your routine after you deliver a baby through a c-section. Some of them are rather obvious, since you are aware that your body will be healing over the coming weeks. At the same time, others may not be as obvious at first, and include wearing specially designed underwear, which will have extra space for any bandages and dressings, and they will be comfortable enough to wear all day without irritating you or causing your surgery site any problems. There are numerous types of these panties, and here is information on some of the most popular ones. You’ll want to pay attention to the amount of support they provide, as well as if they look like something you’ll want to wear. Some products even have attractive designs and patterns, so you can still feel beautiful, at a time when you might need a little something special.
This underwear come in solid colors and have a wide lace band at the top, which is able to stretch, so it’ll lie on your skin without pinching you. There is room through the middle to accommodate surgery bandages or anything like that and it shouldn’t touch any incisions. They are made from rayon and spandex, so they feel nice on the body and are lightweight too. The best part is that you can wear them while you’re pregnant or up to 12 months after baby. People that own them say they are comfortable and are quite nice to look at too.
If you’re looking for something that is 100 percent cotton, Hanes has you covered. They offer brief style models, which offer you comfort in the front and the back, and will cover up your whole bottom. This solves a major problem when you need a little extra material and a bit more protection. They also won’t irritate you, and since they are made from a natural material, they will be able to breathe and wick moisture. Users note that you may want to purchase one size up from your normal size, since they will likely shrink after you wash them for the first time.
These are also underwear that can be worn during and right after pregnancy, so that everything can be covered up and protected the way you need it to be. They are made of cotton and polyester and will stay soft no matter how many times you wash them. They have slim elastic bands on top and in the leg areas, so there should be no panty lines and you won’t have to worry about not having enough stretch while you’re wearing them. They come in a pack of 6 and are very colorful, as well as durable and less likely to shrink. Those that have used them after a c-section love that they allow any incisions to breathe and hold up well for years.
This product is essentially the same thing as hospital mesh underwear, which many women love and want to purchase more of. This type fits more like a man’s boxer and is of medical grade. They are constructed of polyester and spandex and are able to be thrown away after use. The best features about them are the fact that they are highly stretchable and are able to breathe so well, even if you have a lot of padding after your hospital visit. However, it is recommended that you purchase a size up if you don’t want them squeezing you in a spot you may not like.