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    Please pick me! I have been diagnosed with separation of the recti muscles, the last few weeks have been challenging with the toddler, as I'm not suppose to lift him It's also quite painful and I'm feeling very unstable in the pelvic area. I'm in my 3rd trimester looking like I may have to have another c-section due to bubs size and position, but im hoping for a vbac. My first bub was 4.2kgs. Seeing ob next week, so will know more then. Not long to go, can't wait to start working on getting back into shape and hopefully recovering quickly from this muscle separation

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    Pick me, I am in the third trimester of my second pregnancy and have been diagnosed with abdominal muscle separation. I am 31.5wks.

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    Pick me! I am due for a csection in 4 weeks and would love the opportunity to recover in these beautiful shorts! I have a (naughty) posterior baby at the moment which is causing me alot of back pain too.

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    I'm in my 3rd trimester
    I had abdominal separation with my 1st daughter 2 years ago and I'm really wanting to try these to help my body get back into shape
    Pick me please!!!!

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    Pick me I am in the last trimester and have had stitches with both of my previous births

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    Default Pick me!

    I am 38weeks pregnant. This is my 2nd pregnancy. With my first child I ended up with an emergency c-section. This time I was desperate for a natural birth because of my experience of recovery following the c-section. However I have just been advised by the obstetrician,that a c-section will be the safest option for me. I am so worried about the recovery following this birth. I had been doing some research into these pants and wanted to buy them, but the are completely out of our price range. Please give me the opportunity to review these.

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    Default Please Pick Me

    Please Pick me - i am currently 37.5 weeks pregnant - would love to trial these shorts after i give birth - i currently experience pain and discomfort because i have a lower flap/fold on my belly caused by my first pregnancy and this could be worsened after this pregnancy - so would love the chance to try these pants out and see if they can help.....i also had stitches with my first daughter after a forcep delivery and this baby is already registering bigger than she was born... would love to be considered for this one....thanks janelle
    Last edited by Janelle584; 04-04-2012 at 09:29.

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    Please pick me! I'm 31 weeks with my third child and have a planned c-section for 39 weeks. Both my boys were 10 pounders (ouch!) and little miss is looking big at this stage. Would love to test how these shorts help with my recovery. I am also suffering from bad back pain to the point where I have been put on bed rest. Bit tricky when you have 2 other children

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    i got a 6 finger width DRAM with my first child, and i worked hard to get it back to only 2 fingers width. My recent second child is a big baby (born 5kg) and the DRAM is severe again. I have looked at these shorts and they look amazing, and i reckon they would really help me to rebuild my tummy muscles and support my back in the meantime. Please pick me!

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    Pick me im currently pregnant as well. I would love to try these to see if they actually help


 

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