Measure the pink area as shown in the image (around the waist across the belly button on bare skin).
Supporter Sizing Guide
We offer 3 different sizes for the FemiCushion supporter garment. Please measure yourself using the instructions below before placing your order.
Measure horizontally around the waist across the navel over bare skin. FemiCushion works best if the horizontal belt on the supporter fits over the waist. Depending on your figure, there may be some leftover fabric, but this does not affect its use.
Confirm the FemiCushion size that suits you after measuring your waist by referring to the sizing chart.
Because our supporter sizes overlap, be sure to carefully select the size based on your measurement.
1.Secure the cushion to the holder
2.Make sure all prolapsed organs are returned inside the body
3.Undo the supporter and remove surface faster tape
4.Position the cushion and holder to your body
5.Put on the supporter
6.Adjust the horizontal and vertical belts of the supporterMore Details
The cushion is so comfortable to wear. I would rather wear this instead of going through surgery which later may not even work after time. One of my friends had her bladder pulled up and after so many years gravity brought it down again. I told her about femicushion and to try it out. Great idea. I don't know, but sometimes it kind of moves around a bit and I am still trying to find a way to keep it at the right spot. I can feel it has shifter but maybe because when I exercise and move it can shift depending on the movements I guess. I think it cold be that I may have bought the panty too large. Next time I will get a size down since it is very stretchy and lose.
It gives peace of mind
I've been satisfied with holder except for snuggles of fit of cushion. Worked well for few months but then slots for cushion stretched a bit, leaving room for cushion to slip a bit. Otherwise, totally happy with holder.
Good quality and hold the Femicushion in place
I'm glad there is a viable, non-invasive alternative to hysterectomy in dealing with a prolapsed uterus. Perhaps I may recommend developing a more discreet holder in the near future.