Knit Pant McKesson Unisex Knit Weave X-Large Pull On
- Provides personal comfort and dignified protection.
- Can be used alone or to hold and secure liners, pads or wound dressings.
- Mesh weave consists of 84% Polyester and 16% Spandex material.
- Disposable pants that can be reused.
- Not made with natural rubber latex.
|Color: White / Green Waistband|
Fastener Type: Seamless
Latex Free Indicator: Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
Leg Style: Bands
Leg Type: Leg Band
Material: Knit Weave
Quantity Per Sell: 100
Sizing Dimensions: Up to 62 Inch Waist / Hip
Style: Pull On
MESH UNDERWEAR / MESH PANTIES FOR POSTPARTUM
Postpartum mesh underwear, or disposable mesh panties, are widely recognized as the best postpartum disposable underwear available for mothers today. They are extremely flexible, and make changes quick and easy.
Usually comprised of breathable, soft materials that allow for optimum airflow, postpartum mesh underwear provides the wearer with a sense of security and the knowledge that leaks are now less likely.
Mesh Underwear Uses
Hospital mesh underwear are most commonly used by individuals to comfortably hold large pads in place during postpartum bleeding. (Postpartum bleeding typically lasts up to 10 days, although staining may continue until 6 weeks or later.)
Besides maxi pads, disposable hospital underwear have the capacity to hold perineal ice packs and tucks in place, making them a great all-in-one perineal care panties for after birth. Although they are sometimes referred to as maternity mesh underwear, the lack of stomach support from these panties make them more suitable for the fourth trimester than before the baby is born.
These are also perfect for long-term wear following a C section, hysterectomy, major abdominal surgery, or urinary tract surgery. Wearing regular underwear in these circumstances can be agonizing; avoid rubbing the area and causing unnecessary pain by wearing well-designed postpartum hospital underwear.
Disposable postpartum panties can also be used for incontinence purposes; to hold incontinence liners in place. They are ideal for use with bladder control pads, since they are shaped to hold them securely in place. This use is often referred to as the “pad and pant system”.