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    I thoroughly recommend paper knickers! I had a few stitches high up so they put in a catheter and being able to rip and throw my knickers every time I needed to change a pad made things much easier. My friend had recommended them and she used them for the first 2 weeks after giving birth!

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    I thoroughly recommend paper knickers! I had a few stitches high up so they put in a catheter and being able to rip and throw my knickers every time I needed to change a pad made things much easier. My friend had recommended them and she used them for the first 2 weeks after giving birth!
    Where might one buy these knickers from?

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    Ohhh about the knickers thing... For the first few days.. I actually used tena "pants".... The incontinence ones... Seriously, best, thing, ever!!!!!!!

    They hold so much.. And are much more comfortable then a pad.!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pippy the Hippo View Post
    Ohhh about the knickers thing... For the first few days.. I actually used tena "pants".... The incontinence ones... Seriously, best, thing, ever!!!!!!!

    They hold so much.. And are much more comfortable then a pad.!!!
    I just started a thread asking about them!!!! Although I called them "adult diapers" this is what your talking about right?!?! And everyone said no, that they wouldn't work or be as good etc...

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    Thanks everyone Im going to follow the bh list. Am having a csection so will need to consider clothing etc

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    Am on the hunt for some nice harem pants..Rockmans have lovely ones in but at $49.95 each..anyone seen any harem pants on their shopping trips?

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    Tree of life

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    Thanks Tree of life pans look nice and comfy - perfect for after my csection

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    Small change-I got the munchies at odd hours and really wanted something sweet, the only option was vending machines that needed coins. Book or Magazine- I didn't always want to sleep when bub did & had few visitors(my request) so I could concentrate on BF plus the 'I just had a baby' adrenaline keeping me awake. Ipod/radio- With all music you like not just 'labour/relaxation' I don't watch TV much & found it helped me relax (also over next few days in private room) with something familiar.(BTW-midwife said it was the first time she heard Metalica in the birth suites, I had a wide variety from Mozart to Metalica)

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    Better pull my finger out lol I still havent packed! Arrgh better get to it soon...what kind of bag/bags/toiletry bags did everyone take?


 

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