U Mamma would like to introduce The Bellybra – The Ultimate Support Garment During Pregnancy.
The world’s most feminine maternity support garment clinically proven to relieve back pain during pregnancy.
The secret of the Bellybra is the x-shaped back stretch panel which lifts weight off the pelvis and distributes it equally between the shoulders.
• Relieves back pressure & pain.
• Effective support which improves pregnancy posture.
• Available in black, white & nude.
Perfect for the uncomfortable third trimester or even earlier if carrying multiples.
[attachment=0:25l8po86]Belly Bra.jpg[/attachment:25l8po86] “I found the Bellybra very supportive with my lower back pain and kept the weight of my bump off my pelvis – also very comfortable to wear!” Says a Midwife from a leading Dublin maternity hospital
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne study proves effectiveness of Belly Bra in alleviating back pain in expectant Mums
Medicare Health & Living Ltd, supplier of maternity and respiratory products and services to Irish hospitals and communities for over 20 years are delighted to exclusively offer Irish Mums-to-be the Belly Bra.
For further information contact:
Colette Lynch: Maternity Team, U Mamma Ph: 012014900 firstname.lastname@example.org
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