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Lin
Better than SRC!

My last pregnancy I was recommended a more expensive brand and still had them. They were good but my friend recommended these to me at and I packed both in my hospital bag. These are my go tos. Easier to put on and take off - not too tight. Love the pockets and the fabric is matte and not shiny which I prefer. Lighter for the summer months coming too. Had them for 3 weeks and no probs yet. Great quality.

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Jessica Clark
Multipurpose and effective

I used these shorts post pregnancy to get back into walking and they did not disappoint. They are extremely supportive of the pelvic floor and gently keep everything snug without being too hot or sweaty. Post fourth trimester I continue to wear them to exercise but also as shapeware under form fitting dresses. The pockets on each side fit everything you need!

Restorer Postpartum Compression Support Shorts

$159.00 USD Regular price
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Aid recovery from abdominal separation (DRAM)
Supports C-Section recovery following surgery
Premium soft fabrics for sensitive skin
Supportive & body sculpting
Large side pockets to keep essentials in reach
Supportive but non restrictive for all day comfort
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Still carrying a little bulge post labour? Postpartum baby bumps are completely normal. We made the Restorer Postnatal Support Shorts to provide compression to the help aid recovery from abdominal separation and help support you as abdominal muscles move back in place.

Maybe you are sore and needing some comfortable support following your C-section? It can be harder to move, and bending over to pick up  or change your baby can be painful. You have been through a major operation, so it's no wonder that you need xtra support to keep you moving. These postpartum compression shorts are made with minimal seams and carefully designed to avoid C-section wounds. 



EXTRA Stats you need to know

  • About 60% of women will have problems with abdominal separation (Diastasis recti) following birth.  During pregnancy your stomach muscles can weaken and separate as your belly grows.
  • Some recover within 6 weeks of the postnatal period, 45% within 6 months, and about 30% may still have issues still 12 months after birth. 
  • About 30% of babies are delivered by C-section. Recovery can be 4-6 weeks after surgery, but 60% of women can still experience pain some 24 weeks after. Following C-section surgery the abdominal muscles are even further weakened and in need of support. 
  • Postpartum fluid retention is still common, even months after birth. The extra fluid volume that occurred during pregnancy and in preparation for birth, can still exist within the tissues in the body.
  • Women who have been induced will also have fluids introduced via the hormone and saline drips that are absorbed into the body. The excess fluids in the body result in swelling & puffiness.
  • The additional fluid can be excreted through your sweat and urine. Movement and improving blood flow and circulation is also important to assist the removal of waste fluids. TheRY leggings and socks with 15-20mmHg compression can help improve circulation to facilitate this process.
  • In the first 6 weeks following birth you are 3-5X more likely to develop blood clots. This is also due to the extra time recovering or sitting nursing your baby when movement is restricted.  
Fabric Content

FABRIC 1 - Nylon/Elastane

Garment Care
  • Do not Bleach
  • Cold wash
  • Do not use harsh detergents
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Do up zips and turn inside out when washing
  • Do not tumble dry
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Lin
Better than SRC!

My last pregnancy I was recommended a more expensive brand and still had them. They were good but my friend recommended these to me at and I packed both in my hospital bag. These are my go tos. Easier to put on and take off - not too tight. Love the pockets and the fabric is matte and not shiny which I prefer. Lighter for the summer months coming too. Had them for 3 weeks and no probs yet. Great quality.

J
Jessica Clark
Multipurpose and effective

I used these shorts post pregnancy to get back into walking and they did not disappoint. They are extremely supportive of the pelvic floor and gently keep everything snug without being too hot or sweaty. Post fourth trimester I continue to wear them to exercise but also as shapeware under form fitting dresses. The pockets on each side fit everything you need!

abdominal separation

About 60% Of Women Will Have Problems With Abdominal Separation (Diastasis recti) Following Birth.

During pregnancy your stomach muscles can weaken and separate as your belly grows.

Some recover within 6 weeks of the postnatal period, 45% within 6 months, and about 30% may still have issues still 12 months after birth. 

Targeted compression can help support your muscles as they move back into place.

About 30% of Babies Are Delivered by C-section

This is a major surgery where a cut is made through the abdominal wall and uterus.

While recovery is often cited at 4-6 weeks after surgery, 60% of women can still experience pain some 24 weeks after. 

Following C-section surgery the abdominal muscles are even further weakened and in need of support. Compression can help support your abdomen during this time.

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