Jobst UltraSheer 15-20 Waist High Maternity Compression Stockings Pantyhose
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
- Buy 3 - 5 and get 10% off
As the sheerest compression stocking in its class, JOBST® UltraSheer is fashion and efficiency all rolled into one whilst offering light weight, comfortable and highly effective leg support.
The perfect combination of comfort, style and gradient compression therapy.
- Sheerness. Outstanding sheerness for beautiful legs.
- Style. Six fashionable colors let you mix and match for every occasion.
- Durability. Extremely durable material for long-term use.
- Comfort. Comfortable satin-touch yarn softly caresses the wearer’s legs.
- Advanced knitting structure.
Thanks to double covered yarn, the reinforced heel zone and the high elasticity of the fabric, JOBST® UltraSheer is extremely durable and suitable for long-term use.
Features and Benefits
Easy to wear
- Seamless circular knitted for a soft, silky look and comfortable feel
- Reciprocated heel and toe reduces friction and offers better fit and wear
- Nylon and spandex yarns combined with a silicone blend softener for easier donning and comfort
- Also available in Knee High, Thigh Hight and Maternity styles
- Large range of colours including patterned
Pregnancy is a special time to take care of your developing baby and yourself. While much of the focus is on your baby and bodily changes, changes are also affecting your veins. The normal hormonal changes that occur with pregnancy affect the walls of your veins causing the vein walls to relax or dilate. Relaxation of the veins occurs early in the pregnancy – during the first trimester. Total blood volume also increases in the first trimester and gradually rises with gestation. Your total blood volume may increase as much as 45% in comparison to the non-pregnant level. Relaxation of the vein walls, especially in areas of venous valves may cause the valve to become incompetent – thus allowing backward flow of the venous blood.
Vein relaxation, valve incompetence, and increased blood volume all contribute to reducing venous flow from your legs. The reduced flow results in congestion. Venous congestion in turn causes swelling and leg discomfort. Ankle swelling occurs with most pregnant women.
During the later months of pregnancy (third trimester) the weight of the baby and the uterus may impede return of blood through the veins of your legs. This is often dependent on your physical position.
Gradient compression stockings reduce venous congestion and support the superficial veins of your legs. This helps manage the increased blood volume and relaxed vein walls thus reducing the amount of swelling and the severity of varicose veins.
Talk with your obstetrician or OB nurse about the amount of compression and stocking style best suited for you during this pregnancy. Congratulations on your pregnancy! JOBST® extends our best wishes for a safe delivery and healthy baby.
- Please note that we have a 12pm cutoff for shipping orders each weekday. If an order is completed after this time, it will be shipped on the next available shipping run.
- All enquiries about shipping and tracking should be directed to the appropriate carrier, who will be able to provide further assistance.
- Delivery timeframes vary depending on the service (Express, Standard, Click & Collect) selected at checkout and the carrier. After purchase, the item is sent with the designated carrier within 1 business day where possible. Public Holidays and or unavailbility may cause delays in shipping.
- For Australia Post delivery times, please see here.
- Damaged goods, shortages and discrepancies must be reported within 48 hours of receipt of order.
- Returns are at the discretion of SuperPharmacyPlus. Postage costs for returns are the responsibility of the buyer.
- Please contact us should you require any further details.
- SuperPharmacyPlus is an Australian Owned and Operated business ABN 50 280 623 275 and is a registered pharmacy operating under the Australian guidelines and QCPP standards