Comfortable recovery mastectomy pillow
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My Billow is fabulous! My stomach is still a little sore from my recent surgery so I wasn’t able to lie all night, but lying on my stomach for an extended period of time was fabulous.
About Billow Pillow
Cancer can result in many different types of surgery including a mastectomy, breast reconstruction, breast augmentation and breast reduction. Post surgery you may find it very difficult to get comfortable in bed or when lying down, particularly when on your stomach.
The Billow Pillow is a functional pillow that helps provide relief from the discomfort you may experience when lying down, particularly for long durations. Designed by thyroid cancer survivor Marnie Rustemeyer, who underwent a preventative double mastectomy, the Billow Pillow offers support for your breasts, back, underarm and neck. The Billow Pillow’s patent-pending ergonomic design will help aid rest by providing you with luxurious comfort in multiple positions.
The Billow Pillow is made in the USA from organic, chemical and cruelty-free materials. It comes with a high thread count satin cotton pillowcase and is machine washable.
Depressed area for the breasts provides a soft and supportive experience post-surgery
Patent pending ergonomic design
Firm support in the pillow’s torso area alleviates pressure on the lower back while also providing support to the breasts.
Softer filling in the upper arm and neck area provides additional relief for those experiencing extreme sensitivity.
The Billow Pillow was one of eleven innovations featured at The World Government Summit, held in Dubai in 2016.
The Billow Pillow has featured in The Huffington Post and The State Journal
This is an ingenious product for anyone who has had a mastectomy with reconstruction. I was able to lie on my back comfortably post surgery and on my stomach during massages, pain free!
I would love relief of pain, but price high, especially after all these deductibles and copay. Is there anyway it can be a medical product insurance pays part of the cost? Side note, I have paid for a PPO for 20 years and don't want something for nothing. Thanks for considering my suggestions. Kathleen Sullivan