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Give Mom "The Gift of Recovery" This Mother's Day

Guest Blog: Give Mom “The Gift of Recovery” This Mother’s Day

Can You Make Your Reconstructed Breasts Smaller During Stage 2?

On Mother’s Day, we celebrate and honor the woman we call “mom.” If your mom has breast cancer, it’s understandable that you may shower her with extra love and special treatment this Sunday. Sure, in the realm of breast cancer and reconstruction, being NED and gaining back a sense of self and dignity is most important. But that doesn’t mean you can’t help support your brave mother along her healing journey. The RCP Breast Cancer Care Package is more than just a practical gift, here’s how this gesture of TLC can benefit your mom:

 

PREP AND CONVENIENCE – Help your mom prep before the procedure for a better after. Not everyone feels up to a trip to the pharmacy after a procedure, and let’s face it, mom may not want to be seen in public while battling the pain and discomfort that can accompany recovery. Save your mom the trip, confusion, and hassle of trying to find all the healing essentials.

MINIMIZE COMPLICATIONS – When you conveniently supply a care package with safe, proven and effective products, it can help minimize the risk of adverse reactions, accelerate the healing process, and provide a more comfortable recovery for your mother.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER – Arming your mom with the education and care products she needs provides clarity and post-op peace of mind. And you are empowering her to take a proactive role in her recovery.

BETTER OUTCOMES – Your mother’s body is in a better healing position because you’ve helped reduce stress by making the whole process easier.

PRACTICAL GIFT – Not all physicians offer healing products, care instructions, and recovery tips. Gifting your mom with a much-needed recovery package gives her the medical essentials needed – and needs to know – all in one place.

EXPEDITE POST OP BLUES – Who wouldn’t be cranky when constant pain, sleep deprivation, and pain meds are your new companions?  Every healing item is designed to relieve symptoms at a specific phase of the recovery process, enabling your mom to “lose the blues” quicker.

ELEVATE THE RECOVERY EXPERIENCE – Give your mom a unique unboxing experience that makes her feel special and elevates the entire recovery experience. Everything is exquisitely packaged and comes gift-ready in a cheerful yellow keepsake box.

DOUBLE THE LOVE – Help your mom heal better and feel great knowing that 15% of your order is directly donated to breast cancer non-profit organizations (and you receive a 15% exclusive discount using code “PRMA.” )

 

Wishing all moms, stepmoms & mother figures a very blessed Mother’s Day.

Shannon Wamser is the Founder of Recovery Care Products  (RCP) whose mission is to help patients prep & heal better with The Gift of Recovery. She gave birth to RCP after being ill-prepared and experiencing a horrible recovery after a fairly common surgical procedure. RCP provides medical grade, highly researched, and effective healing essentials for pre and post-care. Shannon strongly believes in arming patients with proper education and critical tools that empower each patient to make educated choices for their own care. And feels blessed to support a cancer patient’s healing journey.

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