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    Default Back support brace in pregnancy

    Hey all

    I'm 20wks and my back is starting to get sore..

    I have SRC recovery pants for after birth but just wondering what sort of support I can use during pregnancy.

    I'd rather not get the whole SRC thing again coz they're tights and I get really hot in them.

    I'm not fussed about price, I'll happily pay $200 if it helps a bit.

    Can anyone recommend something good??
    TIA xo

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    Hi just saw your post. I have back, hip and pelvis problems this pregnancy and have been going to a physio. Because I'm in the public system I get all treatment for free as well as the back support bands. Have a chat to your doc about going to a physio and if your private health cover then you will have to pay for all treatment and support bands.....not sure how much though......

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    I tried a couple but they didn't really help much. Could you borrow one from a friend to try it out first?

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    I got one on eBay! Was $25 and it so so good it got me through my final nursing prac and I showed my midwife and physio who both said it was fine to use. I can try and find the seller for you if you like

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSam View Post
    I got one on eBay! Was $25 and it so so good it got me through my final nursing prac and I showed my midwife and physio who both said it was fine to use. I can try and find the seller for you if you like
    That would be great thanks!

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    gadget_gal (35764) comes in beige and black and is $25.95. Hope you can find it let me know otherwise

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeSam View Post
    gadget_gal (35764) comes in beige and black and is $25.95. Hope you can find it let me know otherwise
    What was the belt called on eBay?

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    Pregnancy maternity abdominal & back support strap belt belly band (10 options)

    Item number - 190788927671


 

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