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Which maternity pillow?

(16 Posts)
ejclementine Wed 22-Jul-15 17:53:12

Hi, I'm going to buy a maternity pillow and looking for your recommendations please.

villainousbroodmare Wed 22-Jul-15 17:55:05

Two of those small half-moon Boppy wedges worked v well for me.

mygreeneyedboy Wed 22-Jul-15 18:05:37

For my last pregnancy I had a brand with the name dream in it.. From John Lewis. Can't remember exactly, but it wasn't great. Anyway I need another so checking into this thread in the hope of some good suggestions smile (currently using the decorative pillows we normally throw off the bed before getting in!

ImpatiencePersonified Wed 22-Jul-15 19:54:58

I have this and I love it! It's huge though so just be warned.... My husband calls it my boyfriend Steve!
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B004T31A8U/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1437591176&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SY200_QL40&keywords=pregnancy+pillow&dpPl=1&dpID=31VJUcDBA6L&ref=plSrch

Tiredoftiredness Wed 22-Jul-15 20:01:49

Ooh I've just spent ages scanning the web and getting more and more a confused over which pillow to get!

Good website here www.pregnancypillow.co.uk but which one to go for?!

Brummiegirl15 Wed 22-Jul-15 20:20:36

Greeneyed you mean the Dream Geni.

Is it worth having??? I'm already uncomfortable!

MrsPeeee Wed 22-Jul-15 20:41:02

I got a big V shaped one from aldi the last time they had a baby event and it was a bargain £6 and it's been great. They have the baby events quite frequently so keep an eye out!

Skiptonlass Wed 22-Jul-15 20:51:04

I've got a dream genii and it's fabulous. It's one of the smaller ones, it gives really good support and if you turn over in the night you don't need to get up to move it around.

Honestly, I think I'll keep using it after the baby arrives it's that good. Best forty quid I've spent recently.

mygreeneyedboy Wed 22-Jul-15 21:09:25

brummie I wouldn't recommend it! The concept and shape is good - I particularly like the back part because in the third trimester you don't want to roll onto your back in the night! However it lost its shape, the filling wasn't great, nor was the material cover (it tore) - it was so worn by the end of the pregnancy (I got it at about 15 weeks) that I didn't use it for breastfeeding like skipton is hoping to do. It was to flimsy, and with a newborn baby after a c sec I simply relied on people near me to put pillows or cushions in areas I requested as I got to grips with breastfeeding - and when it was established I was fine without.

Cornberry Wed 22-Jul-15 21:10:24

Nearly bought a really expensive one and then someone recommended this one www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3768789.htm

I LOVE it and it was a bargain.

irie Wed 22-Jul-15 21:13:54

I second cornberry the Argos one is fab, and I got it half price for £7! I even brought it on holiday with me and I can see it being very useful for breastfeeding

crazypuglady Wed 22-Jul-15 21:20:58

I got the cheapo multi purpose mother care one as it is meant to be good for bfing when baby is here too. I love it so far. Bought it at 12 weeks and slept with it every night since (28 weeks now). Sometimes when I come in from a late shift I find DH has nicked it.

Runningupthathill82 Wed 22-Jul-15 22:47:17

Honestly? I wouldn't bother. In my first pregnancy I tried an array of maternity pillows - one bought,several borrowed - and never got quite comfortable.

This time I'm using two ordinary, old pillows. Free, and much easier to position just-so.

Skiptonlass Wed 22-Jul-15 22:49:23

Gosh, mine is fab... sad I hope it doesn't disintegrate!

ejclementine Thu 23-Jul-15 08:03:57

Thanks all! I'm picking up the Argos one today to give it a try.

sianihedgehog Thu 23-Jul-15 09:47:32

I've got this one - very similar to the one Impatience has. It's fantastic and I love it. Currently 37.5 weeks and been using it since 19 weeks. www.amazon.co.uk/Sanggol%C2%AE-Maternity-Pregnancy-Pillow-Support/dp/B00LJR51AW

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