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    Default SPD & the SRC Pregnancy Short.... HELP

    Ok short story, I have mild SPD, doesn't stop me from doing anything or cause me to cry, is just uncomfortable at this stage (from time to time) and have had a few mornings where the first movement hurts but it's quickly better.

    So Chiro is treating and a few people have suggested the SRC Pregnancy Shorts (I have a pelvis belt but these look easier to wear).

    Issue is sizing.... I am only 154cm and wear a size 10 pant, have bought some size 12s now which I can wear but they are on the large size still. I am 24 weeks pregnant and measure in the LARGE size 106cm hip measurement. The guide says though if you only just go in to the next size to buy the size smaller, but if I continue to put on weight, will they still fit closer to full term? Also, do they really only make them to fit two sizes bigger than me? I'd hardly think just coz you we wearing bigger than a 16 you couldn't buy them to use.

    HELP

    TIA

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    I was smack bang between sizes. I got the larger size for this exact reason, regretted it ever since. They constantly slip down. I'd go for the smaller size if you are between sizes, they are quite stretchy. The only thing is if you are planning to wear them over summer, it might be a bit difficult. They are long- go down to my knees, so no dresses, skirts or shorts. Not at all happy about that.

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    Thanks for that.

    The large is 105-112cm and I measure 106cm, but I'm only 154cm and 59kg so hardly big, might go the medium like the guide says. (if just in the next size go the smaller one)

    I really only want them for work, which is in a Deli at a supermarket and I currently wear a singlet/work shirt/jumper, so it will be cool enough to wear. My work pants are long. Will just have to make sure the a/c is on in the room when I get dressed I think.


 

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