Frugal Mom: Cool Comfort For Healing Post-Partum Stitches!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, February 11, 2018 | 1 comments
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Breastfeeding, watching TV, ordering room service, by Lars Plougmann
Before you go into labour, buy some of those disposable ice-cube bags.

Trim to fit and round off the edges.

Fill only about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick with water and seal.

Place in your freezer, and they will be all ready when you need them!

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FlexiFreeze Ice Sheet
After baby is born, if you had an episiotomy, you will find these ice-packs wonderfully healing.

Simply take one out of the freezer, wrap in a old, small hand-towel that you don't need any more.

Place this ice pack inside your underpants, against your stitches.

The individual pockets of ice make it flexible enough to mold to your body, and the cool ice will relieve your discomfort!


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1 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    This is a good idea, but I find that those bags have uncomfortable seams that would cut into my thighs. Instead, I have soaked a newborn disposable diaper or a maxi pad with water and put in the freezer

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