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ALC Women's Seamless Knit Postpartum Maternity Underwear (Pack of 6) (Small to Medium) White
Pack of 6Comfortable, light-weight, stretchable, breathable, non absorbent materialStandard US Sizing: Stretches to fit a wide variety of body types and sizesGreat for holding incontinence pads, post surgery dressings or postpartum maternity padsSoft elastic waist band and leg openings
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u/smc0551 ยท 1 pointr/CsectionCentral

I recommend you bring a dress to wear home, and maybe have a few ready at home (the shorts and pants put pressure on my incision). Take the hospital underwear, but consider purchasing some, too (I bought these and wore them up to 2 weeks after). The hospital let me take their extra long napkins (yes, you'll still bleed like anyone else), and then I switched to regular pads once the flow lessened.

Keep up with the pain meds, stay ahead of the pain. I took the pain meds up to 2 weeks pp before I felt confident I didn't need them.

DRINK WATER! LOTS AND LOTS OF WATER! Always be drinking water in the hospital.

Be prepared for help on pulling up your underwear.

Peeing after will be weird as you gain control back after the spinal - the nurses told me blowing bubbles through my drink's straw would help, and it did!! I was totally fine peeing after a day.

Get everything ready at home before you go in. Getting in and out of chairs will be tough for a while. I used a step stool to get in and out of my bed at home.

What else can I think of that may not be obvious... My husband bought me a nice robe to wear in the hospital instead of the dumb hospital gown. That was nice, not necessarily c-section related.

It doesn't hurt to remove the staples (that may be common knowledge, I had no idea).

I posted my birth story here if you want to read about it.

Good luck!!! =]