Can’t stand for longer than 2 minutes?
Having difficulty just walking around the house?
Dealing with increased pressure and heaviness in your groin?
Not to mention all of the stuff that no one warned you about like – low back pain, sciatic nerve pain, pelvic pain (SIJ, Symphysis Pubis pain) or vulval and varicose veins of the upper thigh.
Designed with anti-chafing fabric and in consultation with an obstetrician for the ultimate in comfort and functionality, SRC Pregnancy Shorts – Mini are specifically designed to help you get back to enjoying your pregnancy.
What’s the difference between a belly band or pregnancy belt and the SRC Pregnancy Shorts?
Unlike belly bands, SRC Pregnancy Shorts can treat multiple conditions, are more comfortable to wear and are hence more likely to be worn for longer periods which increases their effectiveness.
Do up a belly band too tight and you risk muscle deactivation. Belly bands should only be worn for short periods, 2-3 hours to prevent deactivation of your muscles. In some cases, you may benefit from both the SRC Pregnancy Shorts AND a pregnancy belt.
SRC Pregnancy Garments have been speciﬁcally designed to support your ‘baby carrying pelvis’ and reduce the stress placed on it through your pregnancy. This allows you to stay at work for longer, helps you get back on your feet and move around more easily and just generally makes you feel like yourself again.
Patented Anatomical Support Panels (ASP) in the SRC Pregnancy Garments deliver targeted compression, ideal for treating multiple conditions like lower back pain, pelvic girdle pain and mild varicose veins as well as vulvar varicosities.
They provide support to the pelvic area through gentle yet constant compression, activating muscles and encouraging core stability, reducing swelling and muscle fatigue.
The ASP deliver True Cross Compression (TCC) as each layer within the panel is cut on a different plane so that during activity no compression is lost at any time.
The triple layer compression ASP including the gusset panel, have been shown to significantly help with the pressure associated with vulval veins.