I was there a month ago for the fitting of the c-section girdle. I wanted to thank you for the information you had provided. You were great!! You do know your product well. I have wanted to write you an email to thank you for the great experience I had back in November, but was so busy with the baby.
I just had some abdominal surgery. My surgeon recommend that I should be in a high waisted, long legged, and zippered garment.
I did some research into wearing this type of garment and I had heard that you can become comfortable with the support to the point where you will not want to be without being in a garment daily, can that happen?
Mariko, you were right! The size 3 was perfect. Thank you for all your help. The empathetic approach you take with helping your customers is rare these days. I feel like I have gained a friend through this whole postpartum girdle shopping experience. I could not have gone through this alone.
See you at the beach in an itsy bitsy bikini!
Long Beach, CA
Congratulations on the birth of your child! I know from firsthand experience that 9 weeks postpartum, especially following a cesarean delivery, things are far from normal.
And guess what, you and I are not alone either. Many women lack the sense of “held-togetherness” that they may have taken for granted before pregnancy and delivery.
Everything came out great! Thank you so much for all your help with sizing, alterations, and with getting my original order returned. Well it is 9 more days till my operation. Yikes!
You have done such a wonderful customer service job! I will spread the work about Design Veronique garments.
I had gastric bypass surgery and lost 165 pounds. Consequently, I needed a tummy tuck, breast lift, and arm lift. I’ve already had the tummy tuck. In two weeks I’m having the arm and breast lift.
When I asked my doctor about wearing a compression garment, he said to buy an athletic bra and that he will wrap my arms in ace bandages. I will have to wear the ace bandages for two weeks, but then he says I can wear a tight pair of gym socks on my arms.
Gym socks? Ace bandages? Do you have any suggestions for me?
I had SmartLipo™ and a breast lift. My doctor put me in two garments but I would prefer to use just one. Can you recommend a product and help me figure out what size to buy?
Congratulations on your surgery. I’m sure you are well on your way to looking and feeling fabulous!
I would love to help you find exactly the right garment for your needs.
I’m writing to tell you how thrilled I am with the service I’ve received and performance derived from Design Veronique and its products. I had an extensive surgical procedure performed three weeks ago, and have been living in my Design Veronique garments ever since. They have provided me with outstanding support and comfort, and have beautifully withstood daily was
Congratulations on the birth of your child!
Women who give birth vaginally face an entirely different set of challenges than women who give birth by Cesarean Section. During pregnancy, labor, and birth, the symphysis pubis, where the right and left sides of the hips meet near the vaginal area, separates to varying degrees with the ultimate goal of passing a child from the uterus through the birth canal. Postpartum, some women can suffer a longer term, abnormal separation of the symphysis pubis resulting in pelvic girdle pain.
I had a new mother in for a fitting today that was 4 weeks postpartum and had been using a belly wrap since delivery. Initially the belly wrap offered some support but, after losing the majority of her pregnancy weight gain, she found it rather bulky under her pre-pregnancy clothing.
I could see the belly binder wasn’t doing mom’s figure any justice. After losing her pregnancy weight she wanted to show off her body, not cover up to hide the belly wrap.
I had a new mom come in for a garment fitting today. She delivered a healthy 7 pound baby girl on September 5th 2009.
Mom was in labor for 3 days before her doctor decided to do a C-section. As you can imagine, this was quite a traumatic labor and delivery.
She was almost 4 weeks postpartum but still looked about 5-6 months pregnant because her abdominal muscles were so weak. As of this morning, she was still having a difficult time getting in and out of bed. In fact, she used a little pillow to apply pressure on her incision to make it less painful when she got up.
I spoke to a new Dad today that said he was in really BIG trouble. His wife was still in the hospital recovering from a Cesarean delivery. His wife had complained to him that her stomach was quite sore and that she needed a postpartum belly wrap or support garment to hold her together. So he left the hospital briefly to go girdle shopping.
I spoke with a new mother yesterday. “Marsha” just delivered her second child less than a week ago. She came across our website as she was researching and comparison shopping for postpartum girdles and post pregnancy belly binding methods. Marsha made it quite clear to me that all she cared about was making her belly flat, like it was