I was once in a situation where I had to purchase a prosthetic leg that was more suited to women. A friend was having trouble getting one and I helped her out. I had my daughter's leg made from a different type of material than what she was used to using, but I felt that was worth a try. I was amazed to see the difference. I was able to do the same with my son's leg, and I wanted to share my experiences to help people decide what product is best for them. I hope that by sharing my experiences I can help you choose wisely. I want to offer a few tips to help others choose the right product for them: - Look at the product descriptions on other websites. A lot of women like to see an "explanation" of why a product works. - Look at reviews of products. I found this blog for my son's leg. It was helpful in finding products that helped my son's leg, but was still comfortable and easy to use. - If you don't have access to a doctor, talk to your friends. Doctors are always on the phone and don't really know what to do for your baby.