- BEST FOR (30-40 MMHG)
- Sizing Chart
- How to Measure
Mediven Forte are specifically designed using a heavyweight fabric to offer more vigorous compression therapy. The heavier fabric also provides an opaque look that helps to conceal blemishes, discolored veins, and scarring. These thigh highs incorporate a popular open toe feature for added breathability and a silicone top band to keep them secure throughout the day. Featuring extra durability that helps resist pilling, friction or fraying and quick and easy care.
- Opaque coverage to conceal blemishes and varicose veins
- Stout material for maximum all-day support
- Patented Clima-Comfort releases moisture for temperature control
- ClimaFresh provides odor protection and prevents bacteria propagation within the fabric
- Combination of both elastic & inelastic properties for serious edema containment
- Strongest elastic mediven material available
- Moderate varicose veins with mild to moderate swelling (also during pregnancy)
- Post-procedure of larger veins to maintain treatment success
- Prevention, management and treatment of DVT or Post-Thrombotic Syndrome
- Superficial phlebitis
- Mild lymphedema after decongestant therapy to maintain reduction
- Orthostatic/postural hypotension
- Post-fracture, post-traumatic edema
Compression: 30-40 mmHg
Style: Thigh High
To measure for compression pantyhose/waist-high stockings and thigh-high compression socks and stockings, please do the following:
1. Measure Your Ankle: First, you'll measure the circumference of your ankle just above the ankle bone.
2. Measure Your Calf: Next, you'll measure the fullest part of your calf.
3. Measure Your Thigh: After, you'll need to measure the thickest part of your thigh (just below your buttocks).
4. Measure the Length: To get the length measurement, you'll need to measure from the floor to the bottom of your buttocks.
After getting these measurements, use the sizing chart provided to determine the proper size for you. If you need help, please give us a call at (866) 945-4766 or chat with us online.
To see a visual demonstration of the measuring process, see the video below: