The Carriwell Hospital Panty ensures that the period of after birth bleeding is managed discreetly and hygienically with special, washable hospital panties, specifically designed to hold post birth pads in place.
Light incontinence or loss of bladder control, is common in pregnancy due to the added pressure on your pelvic floor muscles which have to support your growing uterus. The Carriwell hospital panty is in essence an incontinence panty modified for pregnancy so is ideally suited for holding large incontinence and post birth pads in place.
Features and Benefits:
- Economical; can be washed up to 10 times
- The excellent breathability adds to the wearers comfort
- Has a snug fit to secure the pad effectively
- Perfectly suited for caesarean recuperation - allows scars to breathe
- Manufactured specifically to hold large incontinence and post birth pads in place
- A pack contains five panties will last most women for the time of heavy flow
- One size fits all
Similar Postpartum Recovery
Katherine: about a year ago
I was SO excited to get these for use with my second child! I threw a pair on while labouring and found out how absolutely horrible they were! Definitely only meant for smaller ladies. I struggled to get them on and ended up wearing a hospital pair anyway as these tore!! Total waste of money!
Victoria: more than a year ago
Great for postpartum recovery! Very stretchy, breathable, comfortable and saves you from ruining your regular underwear. As others have said your pads will stick to your pants though, which can make for an unsexy look if you're entertaining company. Also, due to the shorts cut pads with wings wont wrap around on these and will end up folding or sticking to you. Regardless im still pleased with the purchase and will recommend to pregnant friends!
Isabel: more than a year ago
I wish I had read the reviews before buying them as it was money not well spent: I would not recommend that.
I tried one during my postpartum and it was too tight on the thighs (even though I am slim) and the pads would be all squashed up between your legs and stick to your pants through the mesh. Not comfortable at all.
Expensive and useless - The rest of the box is still unused if someone's interested !!
Kathleen: more than a year ago
While these aren't as comfy as the hospital ones, they did the job. The mesh has way larger holes than the hospital ones so they're more like fishnet and the pads then stick to your pants as the sticky part is exposed through the holes. That would be my biggest gripe. However they were still better than wearing normal underwear!