Hey, I got the NexCare one of Amazon. I have terrible Spd, as in can't really walk without crutches (although only got that bad around 33 weeks). When I tried it on it didn't feel like it was tight enough to help but it really does. But would advise you size down. I got the medium and I'm normally a size 14 but have quite wide hips and thighs, and these have only got bigger in pregnancy. It helps enough to allow me to waddle around the house a little. I don't use the over the bump band as it makes me feel nauseous. Really hope you get some help, it's hellish and 14 weeks is early. Get seen for physio as soon as possible, even if it doesn't help it's useful to be in the system. One encouraging thing, oddly I was worse a few weeks ago then I am now, so it's not all downhill! Good luck
Pricey but I recommend the serola belt because it's good quality and not too bulky. I got a free promedics belt from my nhs physio (it's white and huge but does the job ok) so it might be worth asking your maternity or physio department for a free one.
I got a physio referral at 28 weeks. The physio helped but the best thing ever was hydrotherapy. It was excellent and really eased the pain and allowed me to work on the exercises much more freely as I was in the water.
I would recommend this to anyone suffering. U fortunately I could only have 3 sessions as they stop at 36 weeks. would love to do t now (38 weeks). It's back to bloody agony again!
NexCare one surprisingly okay to wear. It is softer than it looks. Never tried Serola though might be better! I find I can wear it sitting down for short period, I've taken to wearing in outside of my clothes so I can take it on and off which isn't the most flattering but given I'm the size of a house and none of my clothes fit anymore, feels like small fish! Good luck