Which pregnancy support belt is right for your particular needs?

Please browse the questions and recommendations below to help determine which pregnancy support belt will best suit your requirements.

1. Are you only experiencing very minor back pain or just after a little lift for your belly, rather than structured support for back pain?

If yes, we recommend the following support products:

2. Are you experiencing average to bad pregnancy back pain?

If yes, we would recommend any of the following support belts:

3. Are you pregnant with twins, experiencing severe back pain, or suffering from pre-existing back problems?

If yes, we recommend the following support belts: If you answered yes to the above, are usually a size 6 or 8 pre-pregnancy, are a petite person, or have a short torso, then we would recommend the Gabrialla Deluxe, over the Gabrialla strong support belt. This is due to the Gabrialla strong support being much higher in the back than the Deluxe version. This extra height while usually a good thing, can make the belt more cumbersome on petite women, and less likely to fit as well and provide the level of support that it should.

4. Is your pain mainly due to pelvic or hip instability (SPD), is it very low in your back, or is your pain located more in the hip region?

If yes, we would recommend the Baby Belly Abdominal belt. This is because this product is designed in such a way that it can be worn higher or lower according to where the support is needed most. If you need to support your hips or pelvic area, you can comfortably wear this belt around this area. If you need to support your lower back, then you wear it around this area. The other support belts can not be as easily or comfortably worn around the hip/pelvic region.

5. Do you like to apply heat therapy to your back during pregnancy?

If yes, we would recommend the following since they have a pocket in which you can place a warm/cold compress. The compress is included with the Upsie Belly but not included with the others.

6. Do you suffer from vulvar varicosities as well as back pain?

If yes, we would recommend the Baby Belly Groin belt. This provides you with the support belt to help ease your back pain, as well as attachable and adjustable groin bands to help apply pressure to and support your vulvar varicose veins.

7. Do you run or regularly exercise during your pregnancy?

If yes, the following belts have been very popular amongst sporting enthusiasts.

8. Do you need to support a bad or severe diastasis recti?

If you are still unsure as to which support belt is best for your needs, or if you require sizing help, please do not hesitate to contact us or complete our ‘Which size enquiry form’.

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