any idea where i can get things so i can still wear my uniform?

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  1. MrsQ

    MrsQ Mummy to Mikey and bump

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    I work in the london ambulance and they dont know.
    I am sooooooooooooooo bloated and am really uncomforatble tonight with my trousers done up!
    We are not allowed to wear own clothes until 3 months!!!!

    Any idea where i could get something htat would latch on to the buttons and make the band wider?
    xx
     
  2. DaisyDuke

    DaisyDuke Matilda Tasya's mum :)

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    U can buy bump bands, 2 secs ill google it. XXX
     
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    DaisyDuke Matilda Tasya's mum :)

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  4. AP

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    Or there's the old 'hold your trousers together by Elastic band' trick.... lol!
     
  5. MrsQ

    MrsQ Mummy to Mikey and bump

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    lol think i'll try the elastic band trick although i can see that not working.

    the bump band isnt really suitable for my work. I have to wear my blouse tucked in!
    x
     
  6. AP

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    The girls at work are swearing by the elastic band one, even one of the girls tried the the other day when her zip broke.
     
  7. shaunanicole

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    I have been using the elastic band trick as well. It works well and no one can tell the difference as long as your shirt covers it. :)
     
  8. MrsQ

    MrsQ Mummy to Mikey and bump

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    charlottesma Mum to 2!

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    i got on of those off ebay for about a £5 it's been great
     
  10. JayDee

    JayDee Sunshine and rainbow

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    Couldn't you just tell them that you've gone up a dress size and need a new pair of trousers?

    I guess you could have the button undone when you're driving, but you'd have to remember to do it up again when you got out otherwise it could be quite embarassing if they fall down! lol
     

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