Sustentador de FemiCushion EasyOpen
As características de sustentador de EasyOpen um prendedor de velcro que pode abrir-se rapidamente com uma mão.
É simples usar se está em uma pressa no trabalho, idoso, ou no cuidado.
Tamanho I: 24in-32in/60cm-80cm
Tamanho II: 28in-36in/70cm-90cm
Tamanho III: 32in-45in +/80cm-100cm +
Comentários de clientes
Now I have 3 supporters; the zipper and the Velcro - all of them are good closures - I would like to see a new size available as in S-M — I am in between both sizes, but ordered the size 1 even if it is a little tight, as the 2 is too large.
Femi cushion helps to handle my situation very well and the ordering is easy and arrives quickly. Just don’t neglect to pay the duty on time if ordering from Canada
This supporter is easy to use and there is less adjusting to do. I highly recommend it.
Purchased the zipper front supporter three years ago but gained weight during the pandemic and no longer a good fit. The new EasyOpen Supporter with Velcro strip is simple to wear and comfortable.
Favorite style- works excellent to support. I am stage
IV vaginal prolapse and could not get thru my day in comfort without it.
It has been a life saver for me as I do not want to have surgery.
Thank you so much for developing this product!
I am 68 years old, have Parkinson's Disease and was due to have a 2nd prolapse operation in March 2020. And then there was COVID. Prior to this latest prolapse, I was very active, in spite of my PD. I swam, did Nordic Walking, Irish set dancing, boxing, yoga .. but it became impossible to continue with these activities because I couldn't even stand up without the prolapse descending. Femicushion has enabled me to walk short distances, lift up, carry and play with my baby granddaughter and the EasyOpen Supporter saves me from having to adjust the straps after each visit to the bathroom. Because of the degenerative nature of PD, the prolapse will only become more severe over time, so I am having my 2nd prolapse operation in 4 days' time. Thank you for having helped me to manage this "waiting time" for surgery - 19 months - without too many "accidents" and too many tears.