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    Default Heavy belly

    I am heading into my third trimester, I am 27 weeks and I have got to say belly is feeling soooo heavy!! I didn't realise it the last two times I was pregnant but this time it's just so heavy lol, anyone else feeling really heavy??

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    Default Re: Heavy belly

    I'm now 30 weeks and I started feeling heavy around the 28 mark.
    Bub is traverse so all the weight is across my tum.
    With ds think I got over the heavy feeling when he dropped. It was replaced by the I'm over this feeling! Lol.

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    Yes!!! I'm 30 weeks like DueInAugust and sometimes baby feels like he/she's just going to fall out of my bikini line! I was thinking of getting a support belt, but I don't know whether or not they're more for back support(?). I walk uphill/downhill a lot, and sometimes when I'm coming down I have to hold my lower belly realllly tightly to take the pressure.

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    I bought a support belt, $100 so expensive.
    But if you have a little gut as well as a baby in your gut LOL... when you sit down it looks icky and you or I get very uncomfy.... just my experience xxx

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    im 36 weeks and it's heavy work to roll over in bed lol
    i just generally feel heavy, prob cos i am haha

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    Default Heavy belly

    I am 36+ with twins so have had a heavy belly for a while! The support braces are expensive and I have heard that they are not super comfy. I see a physio that specialises in prenatal therapy and she suggested using large size Tubigrip....that pull on support stuff u wear when u hurt your knee or ankle. I got two lengths for about $8 each from the rehab physio at the hospital (size J,K and L are generally recommended for pregnancy). It has made a massive difference - and is skin tight so you can't see it under clothes etc.

    Ring around some of the physios in your area or at the maternity hospitals to see if they have some.

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