The only patented post-partum c-section underwear that provides everything you need for c-section recovery. Made just for c-section moms, C-Panty provides a clinically determined safe level of compression to help your body recover faster.
C-Panty has a medical-grade silicone panel that minimizes scarring, helps reduce itchiness, and helps minimize the possible chance of infection around the delicate incision area. The silicone is durable, washable, and integrated into the panty, eliminating the need for scar gel or scar gel pads. C-Panty also helps to reduce swelling, supports weakened muscles, and banishes that incision bulge.* No hooks, straps, or Velcro®, so nothing will irritate your incision area.
Why Buy C-Panty C-Section Underwear?
- Designed especially for C-section recovery by a C-section mom and medical team
- Targeted medical grade compression reduces swelling, reduces discomfort, and helps speed recovery*
- Patented, built in 100% silicone panel minimizes scarring, reduces irritation, and protects incision area while helping to banish that incision bulge*
- No uncomfortable binding waistband across your midsection and no hooks, bands or Velcro®, so nothing touches your incision area
- Provides support for easier mobility and fits under clothing easily
- Can be worn immediately post C-section for up to 12 months
- Seamless, lower rise panty with full-cut rear
- Recommended by OB/GYNs
- Machine washable, line dry
- 92% nylon, 8% spandex
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How C-Panty Underwear Works
Because you have just had surgery, you experience specific recovery issues that non c-section moms don't experience. Bloating and post-surgical swelling is quite common. Muscles are weakened from pregnancy and surgery. Movement can be uncomfortable; coughing, laughing, and even holding the baby can cause pain. The incision area can be sensitive, irritated, and red. Some mothers also develop a C-section “bulge” or “shelf” around the incision area due to the excess fluids their bodies C-Panty addresses all these c-section issues in two ways.
1. Post C-Section Compression
It’s long been known that compression can help to reduce swelling. C-Panty is a convenient, comfortable way to provide ongoing compression to reduce swelling and help speed your recovery. Compression can also help inhibit excessive scar tissue formation, and may reduce the chance of subsequent medical treatment for painful keloid scarring. The medical-grade compression provided by C-Panty is carefully calibrated to provide just the right amount of compression for someone who has just had surgery. Too little compression will not give you the support you need. But too much compression can be dangerous, because it pushes post-surgical fluids into your incision area, causing more swelling, more fluid retention in the wrong area, and discomfort. Excessive compression can also actually slow the healing process. C-Panty’s just-right compression reduces swelling and helps you recover safely.
2. Medical Grade Silicone
C-Panty is the only C-section recovery panel with built in silicone. Medical grade silicone is the only material recognized by the FDA to treat and manage scarring.
In the weeks following surgery, the C-section procedure may cause a scar that may be itchy, hot to the touch and painful. C-Panty’s built in 100% silicone panel is precisely positioned over your C-section incision to provide professional medical grade scar therapy.* Worn consistently, C-Panty’s silicone panel will protect your incision and help speed recovery. Silicone suppresses the formation of excess or improperly formed collagen, which can contribute to scarring. Silicone therapy is more effective the sooner it is started. You can wear C-Panty immediately after delivery; simply cover the silicone panel with a panty liner or pad. Once the incision has healed you can discontinue covering the silicone panel.retain after surgery.
Quite happy with it. It does provide some support, except that in this hot and humid weather, perspiration tends to be trapped at the silicon patch.
Used this in previous pregnancy and found it useful. This time though, for some reason the silicon piece seemed a little sticky so not so fond of it.