Drain Dollies Bags for Post Mastectomy Surgery

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Product Description

Patients having breast cancer surgery may be sent home from the hospital with one or more drains. It is common to have drains for up to two weeks which can be painful, uncomfortable and inconvenient. 

People find they are very aware of the drains and the possibility of snagging them on everyday objects. Drain Dollies keep the drains in place so they don't pull or tangle. The Drain Dollies bags provide a safe and secure place for your drains and there's no need to lift arms in order to place drains in the bag.

Key features:

  • Stylish designs
  • Designed by someone who has had a double mastectomy 
  • Makes a lovely gift

Bag:Approx 25cm x 25cm / Strap Length: 90cm

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

"My 2 Drain dollie bags have made such a difference to my recovery from risk reducing mastectomies 8 days ago. I had 4 drains - 2 each side, and it would have been impossible to mobilise in hospital and get around now I'm home with out them . They have stooped me snagging my drain tubes and dropping my drain bottles - and kept the bottles hidden from view - so have actually even felt confident to go out in public now Im home . The bags are beautifully made and will make stylish tote bags once my drains are out!"

How do I use it?

It is recommended that two drain dollies are used for a double mastectomy and one drain dolly for a single mastectomy. This is so that each bag can sit comfortably on your shoulder.

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

  1. Jenny Elliott - Monday, 10 July 2017

    Dolly drain bag

    Brilliant although I had to use elastic bands to keep bottle secure. Would have like the straps to be a little longer so I could wear it across my body but I would still recommend it.

  2. Anon - Monday, 28 November 2016

    Free up your hands

    I bought these for my auntie for her PBM this week. I had my mastectomy 5 weeks ago and I wish I knew about these then. They would have freed up my hands to be able to do my physiotherapy and hidden the drains whilst looking trendy!