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Know Your Size

How to determine which size is suitable?

You may refer to the size chart in the shop page and take measurement according to the type of compression stockings you'd like to choose: 

For Knee High compression stockings, you may measure:

cB (Narrowest part of ankle)

cC (Widest part of calf)

For Thigh High compression stockings, you may measure:

cB (Narrowest part of ankle)

cC (Widest part of calf)

cF (Mid part of thigh)

For Pantyhose compression stockings, you may measure:

cB (Narrowest part of ankle)

cC (Widest part of calf)
cG (Upper thigh)

cT (Above hip)

Examples of choosing right size

Sometimes leg size measurements might fall into different size range that will make it difficult to decide the correct size, we provide some examples here for your reference when choosing the right size for you.

Scenario 1:

When the measurements of cC, cB, cF/cG, cT/cH fall into same size range, it's simple and straightforward to choose that size range.

Scenario 2:

If cB measurement falls into S size range, cC, cF/cG and cT/cH measurements are slightly bigger than S size and fall into M size range, you may follow cB measurement to choose S size for Class 1 compression stockings, however if you're getting class 2 compression stockings, you may choose M size by following cB measurement. 

Scenario 3:

If cB measurement falls into S size range, cC, cF/cG and cT/cH measurements are in L size range, you may consider choose M size, however if you prefer the compression stockings to be tighter, you may still follow cB measurement to choose S size for class 1 compression stockings.

Still not sure which size to choose? You can always let us know your measurements and our friendly staff will assist you to choose the right size for you.

WhatsApp our staff @ 80389505 or email us @ info@compmedsg.com

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