Breastfeeding Moms
Foam Mattress Topper with Breast Area Cutout



“I was exhausted after my first week back to work and finally slept for 11.5 hours last night. I’m not exaggerating. Now, I wake up, shift on the TaTaTopper, and go right back to sleep.”

–Sherry P. – Richmond, VA

The TaTaTopper is a 4-inch thick foam mattress topper with a hole cut-out in the breast area. It is designed for women who are recovering from breast related surgeries: reductions, augmentations or mastectomies and it is also great for breastfeeding moms.

Unlike body pillows, wedges, or air mattresses; this one- of-a-kind, patent pending product can be customized to fit your size and shape, allowing women to sleep comfortably on their side or stomach. In addition to your bed the TaTaTopper can also be used to take to a massage.

The breast area is very sensitive after surgery. Post-operative drains and stitches are painful, making sleep difficult. The TaTaTopper allows women to sleep comfortably on their sides or stomachs with minimal contact to the sensitive areas and provides room for the drains.

One of the biggest complaints from patients recovering from breast surgery is the lack of sleep. Most experts agree that approximately 79% of people sleep on their stomachs or sides. This suggests that more than 380,000 women per year can benefit from using the TaTaTopper.


TaTaTopper Details:

TaTaTopper: 27” w x 4” d x 59” l
Retail box: 10” w x 10” d x 13” l
Made from 4-inch high-density foam
Not coated with flame retardant
Weighs 6 lbs.
6 foam inserts
Made in the USA

TaTaTopper Includes:

A 4-inch single width high-density foam mattress topper


Ultra plush, machine washable, custom fitted sheet


6 foam inserts that can be arranged to customize the size of the opening that best fits your breasts

customer2Benefits of TaTaTopper:

It allows patients to sleep on their sides or stomachs comfortably after surgery.
It offers minimal or no contact with the sensitive breast area.
Inserts enable patients to customize the size of the opening.
Opening provides room for post-operative drains.
Less pain makes happier patients.