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Maternity Belt Is Good During Pregnancy- Know Why

Posted on Sep 01, 2016 by

Maternity belts are considered as one the best accessories to ease the discomfort caused by pregnancy. They give direct support to lower abdomen and back relieving you from ache and stresses. Maternity belts are flexible support garments that provide lots of benefits to pregnant women.

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Posted in Maternity Supports/Cradles

A Positive Approach Towards MENOPAUSE

Posted on May 27, 2016 by Ayush Henry

Menopause is one of the most natural and inevitable processes in women's life. Certain physical, mental, social and psychological changes occur during menopause. It does not occur suddenly, but rather is a steady process. The average age of menopause is 51 years (from 47 to 53 years). The transition period is a different experience for each woman.

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Posted in Menopause

Finding Menopause Relief

Posted on May 25, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Many women who encounter menopause have to deal with some uncomfortable symptoms. There can be physical symptoms such as hot flashes and emotional issues that can affect sleep, sap your energy, and even trigger anxiety or sadness in some women.

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Posted in Menopause

Bouncing Back from Breast Surgery… With a Little Help

Posted on May 19, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Women who have to endure a mastectomy or lumpectomy on their breasts not only deal with the physical pain but with some possible emotional pain. Recovery after breast surgery can leave women with a lack of confidence due to potential body image issues.

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Posted in Post Lumpectomy

Sculpted: Shape Wear for Women

Posted on May 12, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Confidence comes from many factors and body image can be one of the largest for women. Whether it’s trying to maintain a feminine figure or providing support after surgery, sometimes we need a little help. Garments that promote body shaping can help us regain that confident feel we had when we were younger and had the time and energy to pay attention to our figure.

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Posted in Body Shapewear

Springtime Mastectomy Sleepwear

Posted on Apr 08, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

The warmer nights of spring and summer mean a return to lighter pajamas and nightgowns as well as other sleepwear. You can shed your flannel pajamas or fleece nightgowns for something that may be a little more wispy or comfortable when it gets warm.

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Posted in T-Shirts and Pajamas

Mastectomy Bras for the Spring: Dress for Warm Weather!!

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

It’s that time of year again where the temperatures start to rise and we shed our sweatshirts and sweaters for less cumbersome clothing. Being outside in warmer weather means our undergarments need to be clothing appropriate.

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Posted in Post Mastectomy Bras

Don’t Let a Mastectomy Ruin Swimsuit Season

Posted on Mar 19, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

For women who may have had a mastectomy, the warm weather of summer and the onset of bathing suit season can create feelings of anxiety. It is common for women to have body image issues after such a daunting procedure as removing breast tissue.

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Posted in Post Mastectomy Swimwear

Nursing Made Easier: Breast-Feeding Aids

Posted on Jul 02, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

As new mothers juggle their hectic day or career, nursing their new babies takes up more of their already diminished time. How can we make this easier for them? The added burden of nursing a newborn child can seem daunting especially if there are other children to take care of or a career that they love.

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Posted in Maternity Products

Nursing: It Does a Body Good!!

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

There is nothing more awesome than a newborn child. First-time mothers (and fathers) are then bound to experience a large quantity of unknowns. One of the biggest questions any new mother must face is whether or not to breast-feed their child.

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Posted in Nursing Aids

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