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Caitlin Pender
Highly Recommend!

As a pelvic floor physio I highly recommend this product. I have ordered a few to loan to clients with back and pelvic pain. So far I've had such great feedback! These belts are much less bulky, more breathable and comfortable than most other options on the market!

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Mel
Winner 👍

Finally! I looked everywhere for a belly band that I could wear under clothes rather than a thick band on top for work, meetings, etc.
This is thin, lightweight, barely visible under clothes and super supportive. Highly recommend!

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Lina
Love it 😍

This belly band has been the highlight of my week! This is my third baby, and with each pregnancy I have gotten bigger than the one before, my back was killing me and the belly band has worked wonders! My lower back pain has reduced considerably, making my day to day easier.
Please check the instructions and don't be like me, putting it backwards the first time 😆

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Sarah Davidson
So helpful 🫶

I’ve been trying the support shorts and belly band for a bit over a week and they’ve helped me SO much! My sciatica has pretty much gone (which is also apparently bc my uterus has moved upend there’s room for the bear), but the extra support lifting the weight of the belly is immediately noticeable taking pressure off your frame. It’s allowed me to go on walks again without pain (which also then helps with the sciatica - it’s a vicious cycle haha).

The Relief Maternity Belly Band

$79.00 USD Regular price
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Belly support. Cradles bump & your growing baby.
Hip & Pelvic Support. Redistribute weight from the abdominal area, hips & lower back.
Targeted support to help relieve lower back pain.
4 adjustable straps around the back & belly for flexible fit. Grows with you.
Lightweight & breathable mesh for greater comfort.
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We designed this belly band to support mamas who experience lower back pain, especially during the 2nd & 3rd trimesters, who are in need of some relief.

The belly band helps to support and redistribute the weight of your growing belly to alleviate discomfort. This can help with hip sacroiliac and pelvic pain.

This pregnancy belly band pairs nicely with both our saviour maternity compression leggings and maternity shorts, but also with any item in your wardrobe. It is slimline under clothes.

The lightweight design also means it is flexible and comfortable when you sit. The adjustable straps allow you to adjust the pressure as you need it.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  •  Belly Support. Belly band fits under the bump and adjustable straps to customise fit and cradle bump and baby comfortably

  • Targeted lower back support. Flexible boning for ultimate comfort and support to help relieve lower back and sciatica pain.
  • Hip and Pelvic support. Adjustable straps allow you to redistribute weight and pressure from the abdominal area, hips and lower back.
  • Mesh back for greater breathability and comfort during warmer weather.  
  • Lightweight and streamlined fit. Not bulky under clothes
  • Modern design with no thick uncomfortable elastics.
EXTRA Stats you need to know
  • It is estimated that 50-70% of women suffer back pain during pregnancy
  • Up to 34% of women suffer from hip pain at some stage during pregnancy
  • on average 43% of pregnant women are affected by pelvic girdle pain.
Fabric Content

Polyester/Elastane/Polyamide

Garment Care
  • Do not Bleach
  • Hands or Delicates Cold wash
  • Do not use harsh detergents
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Do not tumble dry
* The information on this page & site is for educational purposes only.

Frequently asked

Do you have a size chart for the belly band?

The belly bands do not come in specific sizes, there are 4 different fastenings to fit the band to your preferred size and firmness. They are 'One Size Fits Most'.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
100%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Caitlin Pender
Highly Recommend!

As a pelvic floor physio I highly recommend this product. I have ordered a few to loan to clients with back and pelvic pain. So far I've had such great feedback! These belts are much less bulky, more breathable and comfortable than most other options on the market!

M
Mel
Winner 👍

Finally! I looked everywhere for a belly band that I could wear under clothes rather than a thick band on top for work, meetings, etc.
This is thin, lightweight, barely visible under clothes and super supportive. Highly recommend!

L
Lina
Love it 😍

This belly band has been the highlight of my week! This is my third baby, and with each pregnancy I have gotten bigger than the one before, my back was killing me and the belly band has worked wonders! My lower back pain has reduced considerably, making my day to day easier.
Please check the instructions and don't be like me, putting it backwards the first time 😆

S
Sarah Davidson
So helpful 🫶

I’ve been trying the support shorts and belly band for a bit over a week and they’ve helped me SO much! My sciatica has pretty much gone (which is also apparently bc my uterus has moved upend there’s room for the bear), but the extra support lifting the weight of the belly is immediately noticeable taking pressure off your frame. It’s allowed me to go on walks again without pain (which also then helps with the sciatica - it’s a vicious cycle haha).

On average your belly Is growing about 1 cm each week, putting extra load on your body

On average you'll gain up to 2kgs during the first trimester, and about 0.5-1kg per week throughout the second & third trimesters. That’s a total of 12-16kgs over the course of your pregnancy. The extra weight puts more load on your body and can contribute to back, hip, pelvic & sciatica pain.

pregnancy back pain

An estimated 50-70% of women will suffer from pregnacy back pain

The weight gained throughout pregnancy adds pressure to the spine and lower back. Your centre of gravity can shift and it can become harder to maintain a proper posture that can lead to lower back pain.

Hormonal changes and the production of relaxin which relaxes the spinal and pelvic ligaments and joints for labour. This spinal relaxation can cause instability and can further cause lower back pain.

pregnancy hip pain

Up to 34% of women suffer from hip pain at some stage during pregnancy.
On average 43% of pregnant women are affected by pelvic girdle pain.

Prolonged pressure on your hip is the most common cause of hip pain during pregnancy. This can occur from laying on your side. It can also be caused by hip & pelvic instability (from from production of relaxin).

It can make it more difficult to move and walk and is common especially during the 3rd trimester.

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