BellyBra for Maternity Back Pain Support & Pregnancy Belly Support
The most effective maternity support. Clinically proven to provide relief from back pain in pregnancy.
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How do I choose my size?
BellyBra® maternity support is designed to fit snugly, but should not be tight nor constrictive. Choose your normal size using the table below (we've allowed for some breast and lots of tummy expansion!) but if you have put on a lot of weight, particularly in your maternity bra size, go up to the next size. The sizing chart below is based on your pregnancy bra size or pre-pregnancy t-shirt size if your frame has stayed the same, because the tummy part of BellyBra®is so stretchy.
*Please Note: if you believe that your hip measurement is above average to your bra sizing, please consider the next size up. Please call if you would like further advice, 1800 757 777 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1800 757 777 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.
6-8 = XSmall
8-10 = Small
12-14 = Medium
16-18 = Large
18-20 = XLarge
20-22 = XXLarge
22-24 = XXXLarge
How do I look after my BellyBra®?
Easy care and quick dry 82% Nylon 18% Spandex. Hand wash and dry in the shade. Luckily it dries quickly, because you won't want to be without it for long! Or buy two BellyBra® maternity support garments.
Isn't it too hot to wear?
BellyBra® maternity support is as light as a one-piece swimsuit. It is a one piece stretchy garment that can be worn as outer or underwear. Too revealing for you? We suggest wearing an open cotton shirt over it on hot days.
Is it outer or underwear?
It's up to you! If you prefer wearing a bra, the straps will be seen, so it may be best to cover with a top. Designed for support, the back of BellyBra® maternity support is slightly higher than a normal tank-top or t-shirt, so you will feel a little more exposed than if you were wearing a top.
*According to orthopedic surgeon Harry Lockstadt from Spine Universe (www.spineuniverse.com) every second pregnant woman will experience back pain during the last trimester (the final 10 weeks of her pregnancy.)
"It is believed that hormones cause change at the insertion point of ligaments to the bone. A higher concentration of ligaments in the lower spine may suggest the cause for a higher incidence of back pain in the (second or third time) mother who has had more exposure to hormonal influences," says Mr Lockstadt.