TENS Machine

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  1. stephlw25

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    Girl I knew recently hired from Boots - I'll be doing the same :D

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    Do you know how much they are to hire from boots wobbles?
     
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    Ooo also says:

    Four weeks rental just £29.99 (including P&P and VAT)
    2 Weeks extension free of charge
     
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    I might sound daft-never used one, but do they not have these in hospitals when ur in labour?:wacko:
     
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    I got mine from labour ward lmfao!!

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    Don't you use these leading up to birth for a couple of weeks? Moi no idea but was recommended :D
     
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    They didnt have them in my hospital !!

    Wobbles, you use them at the very first sign of labour .
     
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    What do they do? I know they send waves through your body, do u feel it like a mild shock?
     
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    Yea its kind of like an eletric shock (lmao) but in a nice way !!!! ok i know that makes no sence !!! it basically send electrical impulses to stimulate your bodys natural pain killers (oo get me, i sound intelligent there lmao!!!)
    When you have a contraction you press a button which gives you the electric type shock !

    I found it really helped in the early stages as it took my mind of the contractions,so for a first labour it could encourage you to stay at home for longer, although when your in full blown labour its pretty much useless ! i turned it up the full whack and it did nothing as i was in soooo much pain ! so ended up ripping it off in temper !!! ha
     
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    :hugs: Thanks Steph!
     
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    I hired mine from Sure Start, It was £5. They gave me it at about 7 months PG as DH had a bad back !!!!
     

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