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Jobst Relief Pantyhose 20-30mmHg Closed Toe, S, Beige

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Size: S | Color: Beige

Quality and therapy at a moderate price JOBST ® Relief delivers compression therapy at an affordable price. Leg Therapy   Accurate gradient compression therapy provides relief from tired, aching legs and varicose veins. Comfortable   3-D knit structure uses air-covered spandex yarn that is soft to touch and comfortable for all-day wear. Closed toe styles are designed with a roomy toe for patients who require additional “wiggle room”. Durable Reinforced heel is designed for long lasting wear.

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Size: S | Color: Beige
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003AKSOE6
  • UPC: 035664146566
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #885,043 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I had my vericose veins done in my right leg.
rebecca
Although they are somewhat difficult to get on at first, they are very comfortable and soft once they're on.
Jilian M Drenning
They are very durable long lasting and made very well!
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Nostalgicdad on February 18, 2011
Color Name: Beige Closed ToeSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
My grandfather had problems with his legs for years before he died,and I may have inherited the problem as well.Hopefully not as severe as his was.Over the last couple of years I've noticed the side of my right leg going a little numb if I stand in one spot too long without walking.I also had a very severe injury before Christmas,2010,and it is not well yet.I decided to order these compression hose to see if they would help,and they have.I don't know how they work but they do.However,they are extremely hard to put on.I ordered the proper size,it's just the tightness of the compression material in them is hard to pull up and you have to work them up a little at a time.I have worn them several times after getting back to work and they feel fine for being on your legs a lot,which I am.However,being a man,I wore them a time or two with my underwear on,and I couldn't keep them up good,so I tried wearing them with no underwear to see if they would stay up better and they do.(I don't mean my comment to sound nasty or vulgar,we are grown adults here,telling the truth is always right).I reccommend these hose in a persons' proper size for anyone that has problems with their legs.No matter how severe or how slight.They are quite comfortable even though they are thicker than a woman's normal sheer pantyhose,and I have found them leaving my legs feeling much better after I return home and take them off.I have even left them on at home on some days until the evening time when I would get my shower and go to bed.I am quite pleased that I decided to purchase these hose and try them for my legs.If anyone purchases themselves a pair of these they won't regret it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By sutrotower on May 31, 2012
Color Name: Beige Open ToeSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I have been wearing support hose for over 15 years from a DVT blood clot. In the early years, I wore them everyday. Now I just wear them for travel or when my legs feel sore. I don't wear them too often these days. My favorite inexpensive brand went out of business years ago, but I had a supply that I didn't need to look for more until now. I didn't know where to start and reading all the reviews helped me make my purchase.

These fit and feel great. I was concerned about size. I'm 5'4" and 130 pounds. The MEDIUM fits great. Also getting them on was the usual tightness that one experiences with compression hose. I've never had open toed before, but I like it. With the open toe concept, I can wear them and around the house and throw on flip flops to run outside. The firm compression has gotten rid of the ache I was feeling in my legs, so they are doing what I need.

Got these through Amazon and am going to get another pair.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CaliforniaGuy on July 29, 2012
Color Name: Beige Open ToeSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
Yes, I'm a guy and I found these compression pantyhose were perfect for treating my leg vein problems.

My doctor recommended 20mmHg to 30mmHg compression stockings to help prevent additional blood clots in my lower leg slightly varicose veins (which up until my recent episode have not given me any problems). Doctor said calf/knee high socks would be good, but full length are best. Since I had some slight pain in my inner thigh superficial vein I decided to choose the full length.

Previously with the hospital issued thigh high stockings I found some discomfort and skin irritation due to the stay-up band--These were Jobst brand, but the plain "hospital" white, blue stitched open toe with a rather narrow elastic band with silicone on top.

When these new Jobst pantyhose arrived I was eager to try them. They are a bit difficult to put on compared to individual stockings, but I stick my foot in, then unroll/pull the pantihose up to just above my knee and leave there as I switch to the other foot and repeat. I do this lying on the bed on my back with feet up. After I have both sides above the knee, I stand up and pull the remaining up high on the thigh so the crotch is high up as it should be.

With these pantyhose there are no tight, uncomfortable cut-off points that knee and thigh high stockings have, just a smooth transition from the waist to the leg compression region. They may slip down a bit during the day (especially if you did not pull up high enough when first putting on), but it's not that bad and easy to fix when you make a visit to the restroom anyway throughout the day.

Bottom line, you will find these comfortable for everyday wear, or as relief between wearing the thigh highs which may cause irritation after a couple days.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sweed on March 19, 2012
Color Name: Beige Open ToeSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
These saved me when I started working at a job where I was on my feet for 12 hours a day. I wasn't used to it and my legs ached something awful at the end of every shift. When I started wearing them my legs felt great after a long shift. The only thing I didn't like was after 4 months of wearing a pair maybe twice a week they lost there firmness and started riding down on me. Meaning I would have to visit the restroom hourly to pull them back up cuz the rode down as I walked. Kind of expensive to need to replace so often.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Arteaga on June 20, 2011
Color Name: Beige Closed ToeSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I offered my mother these compression stockings given that she is always standing and complains about her legs aching. Her legs feel so much better now but she did mention they were hard to put on. The open toe ones cut the circulation to her toes (I ordered some closed toe ones the second time around). It's too bad I couldn't find them for the same price though, hope it doesn't go up every time I will have to order her some.
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