Hi ladies. I am having a hard time figuring out what to bring to the hospital to wear after I give birth (not sure yet if it is a c-section or not as I am having twins) I have a couple loose dresses but then I am thinking well you bleed a lot after you give birth so is that a good idea, will I want to wear pants?? What did you wear after giving birth in the hospital or even when you get home. If it is a c-section I don't want to wear something to irritate the area I was cut so not sureeeee what to get. Thank you.
Stretchy leggings and a loose t-shirt might be good for you to wear.
I wore nursing gown, or pjs and a tank top. They made me wear so much padding for the blood. I had a huge netted underwear they give you, a giant pad to put on that, and then an ice pack to put on that lol. If you deliver vagianally you don't get up too much anyways as it kinda hurts down there. C-section I imagine you don't get up much either.
I had to stay in 3 nights and just wore comfy pj's the whole time then wore my maternity pants and a loose top for coming out
I had a C-section on my son and this is exactly what I did. Pyjamas in hospital and maternity trousers to come home in. I mainly wore maternity trousers for the first few weeks as far as I can remember.
Im having a section. I have packed 2 pairs of loose pjs and 2 nighties for my hospital stay. For going home Im planning on wearing bucket knickers, my maternity leggings and a floaty maternity top I have
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