Effectiveness of the Babybellyband® Products

April 14, 2023

From 2016-2022, BabyBellyBand requested feedback from our customers through a survey based on the International Pain Assessment Scale. The effectiveness survey was completed by 285 women who were asked to assess their pain. The survey asked customers: What issues were they trying to resolve with a BabyBellyBand? How much pain and discomfort were they in…

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The 5 Reasons You Need a Pregnancy Belly Band

April 14, 2023

The content below was summarized from the following Healthline article by Natasha Freutel. Belly bands are designed to support the lower back and abdomen during pregnancy. These flexible support garments may provide many benefits to active women who are pregnant, especially during the second and third trimesters. Always consult your doctor before using any compression…

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How Pregnancy Support Bands And Belts Relieve Discomfort

March 6, 2023

This content was summarized from the article How Pregnancy Support Bands And Belts Relieve Discomfort by Charissa D. Newton, CNM in Premier Health. Many moms say that pregnancy support bands reduce pain and help them feel better. “As the uterus grows, all the ligaments that wrap around the abdomen are stretched and pulled and can…

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Pregnancy Support Bands: Are There Benefits?

January 30, 2023

The content below was summarized from the following WebMD article. What is a Pregnancy Support Band? A pregnancy support band is: Made of soft, stretchy, durable fabric Fastens with Velcro Designed to fit under your belly Grows with your pregnancy Why Do You Need a Pregnancy Support Band? Pain and Discomfort The primary reason moms turn to…

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Exercise During Pregnancy

December 7, 2022

Exercise is a key part of a healthy pregnancy and should be encouraged. Exercise is associated with a reduced risk of certain complications in pregnancy such as gestational diabetes, excessive weight gain, hypertensive disorders, preterm birth, and low birth weight, and may be associated with a reduced risk of cesarean section.

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Pregnant Women Should be Cautious During the Holidays

November 30, 2022

Studies show that a lack of rest can slow down an expectant mom’s metabolism, making her more likely to eat carbs, and less likely to exercise. Additional studies show a significant need for pregnant women to de-stress during December.

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Treatment of Round Ligament Pain

November 18, 2022

The content below was summarized from the following WebMD article by Kelli Miller.   Round ligament pain is a sharp pain or jabbing feeling often felt in the lower belly or groin area on one or both sides. It is one of the most common complaints during pregnancy and is considered a normal part of…

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Best Exercises for Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

November 4, 2022

The content below was summarized from the following WebMD article. Pregnancy can affect many parts of the body, but it most frequently affects the pelvis. Your pelvis changes shape as your pregnancy progresses. Sometimes the joints of your pelvis are stiff or don’t move at the same time, and this can cause pelvic pain. This…

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Do Postpartum Belly Wraps Work for Weight Loss? Truth or Myth

July 19, 2017

  Do Postpartum Belly Wraps Work for weight loss? MYTH: Postpartum belly wraps can help me quickly regain my pre-pregnancy figure after giving birth. TRUTH: Postpartum belly wraps are not effective in weight loss whatsoever.  Empowering yourself with a combination of good diet and exercise is the only effective way to lose abdominal fat. Postpartum Belly Wraps also…

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Exercise during pregnancy

Exercising While Pregnant, Should I?

June 30, 2017

Exercising While Pregnant: Should I Do It? Did you know that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(1) recommends at least 30 minutes of daily exercise while pregnant?  Unless you suffer from certain complications, you should always exercise during your pregnancy, for your health AND your baby’s.  What are the benefits of exercising while I’m…

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