10 Must-Have Products for Looking After Yourself During Your Pregnancy My Baba 14 December, 2015 Health and Symptoms, Pregnancy Here are a few things I’ve cherry picked that are on the market right now, products I personally think every mum-to-be needs! I found my birthing ball a life saver, and it really helped me to do some stretches each day. The Little Book of Birthing Ball Exercises by Dr Joanna Helcke will help you to get the most out of your ball. Maternity and nursing bras can be so difficult to find especially as you tend to change sizes several times during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Royce Lingerie’s Blossom Bra is perfect to wear when you’re pregnancy or breastfeeding as it offers comfort and flexibility and can easily be adjusted to fit and support you at every stage. If you’re an active mum-to-be this Body Silk Seamless Yoga bra from Bravado Designs is a perfect addition to your wardrobe. We all know as we get older our pelvic floor loses strength, but after child birth it is so important to restore your pelvic floor muscles to prevent loss of bladder control. The Elvie tracker will help you do the perfect pelvic floor work out! Keep your baby safe in the car with this BeSafe Pregnancy Belt from John Lewis. It holds the belt at pelvis level to direct the pressure away from the abdominal area for greater safety. We all know its important to take vitamins during pregnancy and vitamin D is essential Zita West’s Vitimin D Spray is a great way to make sure you get your daily dose. The Mama Mio Top to Toe Kit is packed full of pampering products for your skin during pregnancy, to make you feel comfortable and proud of your changing shape. Getting a good nights sleep when pregnant can be quite difficult. I purchased a Dreamgenii Pregnancy Pillow after being diagnosed with SPD (symphysis pubis dysfunction) and it helped me no end. If you’re like me and eager to hear your baby’s heart beating more times than just your antenatal appointments this Ana Wiz Professional Baby Fetal Doppler Heart Monitor from Tesco will allow you to tune in from 12 weeks as many times you want! If like me you need to know a little bit of ‘What to Expect’ Baker & Taylor What to Expect When You’re Expecting from John Lewis is a great read.