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Old May 30th, 2011, 07:56 AM   1
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Is it harmful to wear tight clothes (jeans etc)


Hey girls!!

I know its more comfortable now to wear lose clothing but I wanted to know what kind of harm it does, if any when wearing tight clothes.

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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:01 AM   2
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Ive still worn my skinny jeans. They are getting slighty tight and not the most comfortable at the mo. Ive noticed I get a sore tummy afterwards sometimes.. So I guess I ought to change to other clothing. Ive not heard or read that its not advisable, but MW said soon Ill just have to give them up as it will be too uncomfortable.



 
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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:06 AM   3
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none unless it affects your circulation but that wouldnt be comfortable obviously



 
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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:13 AM   4
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it makes my stomach hurt if i wear tight clothes..i honestly dont like anything on my stomach anymore



 
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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:15 AM   5
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My work pants were getting pretty uncomfortable, so i started wearing my Beband last week (it's an elastic band you can wear around your waist, so that you can wear your pants unbuttoned).

I noticed the too-tight pants were making me 1. more nauseous, and 2. they were giving me gas-like crampy pains.

I'm much more comfortable now.

I doubt they were hurting the baby because the waistband was right under my belly-button, and the baby is not that high yet... but they were hurting me.

The funny thing is, they fit fine in the morning. It was in the afternoons they'd become too tight. Bloat, I guess.



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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:17 AM   6
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Ive still worn my skinny jeans. They are getting slighty tight and not the most comfortable at the mo. Ive noticed I get a sore tummy afterwards sometimes.. So I guess I ought to change to other clothing. Ive not heard or read that its not advisable, but MW said soon Ill just have to give them up as it will be too uncomfortable.
Get a Beband.

http://www.target.com/BeBand-Materni.../dp/B001DDRYCU

They're great. With one of these, you may be able to wear skinny jeans all through pregnancy, and avoid buying maternity clothes at all (that's what I'm hoping to do).



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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:18 AM   7
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I'm barely 6 weeks and already by the end of the day i'm bursting outta my jeans. I went a bought a pair of slouchy yoga trousers yesterday. They are sooooooo comfortable

I don't think wearing tight closes can harm you as such, but i would definatly say be comfortable. You want to enjoy being preggy without keep pulling at your waistband because they're too tight lol

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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:35 AM   8
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Where can I get a Beband in the UK? I'm a size 18-20 which I think is an XL

I was already busting out of my work trousers due to eating all the pies.

Now I've popped 3 buttons in 1 month (due to just being a fatty), I even just stitched the trousers shut and popped the stitches. Not good! I think I'll get one of these cos if I go up in size in my uniform the trousers are like mc Hammer pants.



 
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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:41 AM   9
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Where can I get a Beband in the UK? I'm a size 18-20 which I think is an XL

I was already busting out of my work trousers due to eating all the pies.

Now I've popped 3 buttons in 1 month (due to just being a fatty), I even just stitched the trousers shut and popped the stitches. Not good! I think I'll get one of these cos if I go up in size in my uniform the trousers are like mc Hammer pants.
Littlewoods do maternity bands



 
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Old May 30th, 2011, 08:43 AM   10
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Where can I get a Beband in the UK? I'm a size 18-20 which I think is an XL

I was already busting out of my work trousers due to eating all the pies.

Now I've popped 3 buttons in 1 month (due to just being a fatty), I even just stitched the trousers shut and popped the stitches. Not good! I think I'll get one of these cos if I go up in size in my uniform the trousers are like mc Hammer pants.
Do you have Target stores in the UK?
If not, see if you can order it online.
Or I can try to get one for you and mail it, if you can't get one any other way.

The Bebands do come in 2 sizes, S/M and M/L.
And they're very stretchy.



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