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It's You Babe Prenatal Cradle Plus/V2 Supporter Combo, Extra Petite (90-125 Pounds)

It's You Babe

It's You Babe Prenatal Cradle Plus/V2 Supporter Combo, Extra Petite (90-125 Pounds)

SG$ 356.00 SG$ 214.00 Save: (39.89%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • Gently improves posture while easing many discomforts felt during pregnancy
  • Lifts weight from the Pelvis improving circulation and reducing leg and ankle swelling
  • No need to remove for toileting
  • Wearing before rising in the morning helps prevent excessive swelling of the vulvar veins
  • V2 portion is removable if you prefer just the support of the cradle
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Bulky and hard to pee but worth itThis worked great but so hard to go to the bathroom. Helped with the discomfort the end of my pregnancy so I would still recommend it. 5Don't waste your money.Waste of money. We bought this for my wife, but she barely used it as it did not support the belly at all. The belt's support system is made of bunch of rubber bands that stretch out, but don't hold anything and provide no support at all. We bought 2 different sizes originally to make sure it fits right, but none of them did, although we left the proper one to continue using. 1A little too uncomfortableI bought this during my third pregnancy to deal with the vulvar varicosities and varicose veins that are occuring in my third trimester. The first time I tried it on it felt wonderful. I felt a little bit of pressure come off my pelvic area which I hoped would lessen the pressure on my leg and vulva veins. It did feel like extra hands holding the belly up. Unfortunately, by the end of the day I couldn't wait to take it off. It felt too confining and too tight on my belly even after adjusting the straps according to the instructions. The straps pulled down on my shoulders and neck just enough to make them sore. It's ability to lift the belly up apparently lifted the baby up into my already limited stomach and I started experiencing heartburn. The best thing about this is the V2 supporter. That has really helped with the vulvar varicosities. It holds my pad with the witch hazel on it in place and puts just the right amount of pressure to ease the vein pain. If I don't wear it, by the end of the day my pelvic region is so sore. I just tuck all the extra straps under and around so that they don't bulge out and wear it just as the V2 supporter. It wasn't worth returning since I could still use it and it was a good price,around $60. Maybe if you start wearing the prenatal cradle in the beginning of your pregnancy it wouldn't be so uncomfortable as you grow? So I would think about what you need it for before you buy this combo. You may be better off getting one or the other. 33rd pregnancy, dibilitating back pain. huge relief!i ordered the cradle plus v2 support combo, but the package was labeled incorectly and they shipped just the cradle plus, without the v2 supporter. i went ahead and kept it and amazon refunded the difference in price with no problem. very friendly customer service. it was a huge relief to my back. i wore it everyday and it made a tremendous difference. before, i could barely walk, and with this, I was getting around so much better. i couldn't have survived my last 2 months of pregnancy without it!! it was a bit awkward, but i just safety pinned the straps to my bra straps so i could wear my lower neck shirts. i was 265lbs, and i ordered the extra large from other reviews saying they ran small, but i think a large would have been just fine. highly recommend if you are experiencing debilitating back pain with your pregnancy. 4Decent reliefOverall this support garment helps alleviate my discomfort about 80-90%. I'm currently 27 wks pregnant with my second.It would be nice if other colors were available especially since the straps at the chest are going to be visible with most outfits. At this point my comfort trumps vanity so I just wear it regardless.The sound of the Velcro strap at the V2 support is a tad obnoxious when using the bathroom so frequently but it's not that big of a deal. Again the support it provides overrides the annoyance of the sound. My chest straps do tend to stick to the Velcro during donning and removal so I've started putting my head through w/ the V2 strap attached just until I can get the chest straps on correctly to avoid snagging them against the velcro constantly.Size dilemma - I ended up buying two of these (medium and medium/large). Per the size chart I'm 10 pounds away from needing a medium/large. So initially my thought was to buy the larger size thinking it would bring the most comfort at the vulvar support. But sizing up right now proved to not give the best support. So I think it may be based on our shapes along with our weight (a review I read prev suggested to size up).It would be great if the straps across the chest were adjustable. Just like the adjustable straps around the buttocks.I don't really notice a great deal of back support from this but my pelvis gets a great amount of relief so it may be worth it to just buy the V2 support alone.Overall I gave the garment a 4 because it has brought me a huge amount of relief. The relief is apparent especially when I don't have it on.It's a little pricey but depending on your health insurance you may be able to get reimbursed or buy it with a health savings acct. 4Prenatal Cradle, Belly Bra and McDavid Waist Belt ComparisonThis is one of those rare times when the cheapest option actually turns out to be the best. I will set this up by saying that I carried low and large. I am tall and have a long torso. I had debilitating Pelvic Girdle Pain (including the pubic joint) by the end of the first trimester that never went away. I had swelling in my legs and ankles caused by pressure in my pelvis. I had lower and upper back problems and had ongoing chiropractic care through my entire pregnancy. I needed good belly support! I purchased the Prenatal cradle and the Bellybra on Amazon. I already owned the McDavid waist belt (also purchased on Amazon) as I had been using it from time to time for lower back support before I became pregnant.The prenatal cradle was the most expensive option and simply a gawd awful contraption. It was not easy to wear under clothes or over clothes and did not offer relief. I found it to actually add to my discomfort. The elastic was too narrow and cut into my lower belly and sides. The criss crossing chest elastics showed even when wearing under my clothes. The vaginal support attachment was very stiff and dug into the tendons on each side (inner thighs). Going to the bathroom with it was a drawn out spectacle. It was not adjustable enough to fit my dimensions well. I returned it.The bellybra was my second favorite support and is a product I would use again. It was comfortable for part of my second trimester, but by the end of it (second trimester), the elastic was cutting into my belly and rolling/ riding up. Though it may appear to offer breast support, I did not find that to be the case. A bra is still needed, but the combination was relatively cool and comfortable (before I grew out of it)My favorite was the $12 McDavid neoprene waist belt. I wore the McDavid off and on through my entire pregnancy and it was the only support that *never* cut into my belly and was adjustable enough to fit for my entire pregnancy. I loved it so much that I wore out the velcro on the first one and ordered another one. I sometimes clipped a pair of wide suspenders to the McDavid belt for extra support. [...] This combination was adjustable and comfortable through the later parts of my pregnancy and could reasonably be concealed under clothing (though I would always wear the neoprene over fabric..like maternity pants or a bellyband). Once I put the suspenders on, I didn't have to take them off again and could put it on like slipping on a jacket. Just fasten the velcro in front and go. One additional advantage of the neoprene belt was that it kept the skin on my lower belly supported and moist. Combined with my religious use of Shea butter, I think this helped prevent stretch marks that would have been otherwise extensive.Was this review helpful? 1Maybe don t buy this. Buy the one that is just a belt.This thing is ridiculous. I bought the size that was recommended for my weight and it was enormous and didn t help at all. Plus, it was nearly impossible to get on. To make matters worse, you can t even return it. Also, if you are enormously pregnant, good luck getting those crotch straps fastened properly as you try to reach around your enormous body to grab them. I didn t wear it a single time. 1She told me that if helped her back and everything in general feel better.My wife needed this for support during her pregnancy. She told me that if helped her back and everything in general feel better. 4Bye-bye low back pain!This little apparatus makes it possible to function without shooting pain in my low back. The upper straps are pretty flimsy but the wide band that supports the belly and the V2 support "harness" are life savers. The only drawback is that you can see the straps under clothing. I have to wear only loose fitting pants or this thing makes my bum look horrible- it's like pantylines on steroids!! I ordered the Medium Tall and the upper straps are really loose. I'm 5'11 and my pre-pregnancy weight was 160. I'm now about 186 lbs at 28 weeks and I will probably need to take the straps in a little as they are getting stretched out after a few weeks of daily use. 5Great product. Very useful.Wife loved it. Saved her life as she says whenever she had to go to work. If your on your feet all day, you maybe waking enough to not need this. But if your on bed rest or working and sitting for long hours... my wife says this was a life saver. She wore it up until 2 weeks before giving birth. Baby fine and healthy :). 4
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