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mummytobe85 Wed 03-Jun-20 22:25:34

I'm looking at getting a pregnancy pillow to use at night and I was wondering which ones you would all recommend? There seems to be so many out there that I don't know what to choose! Thank you!

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Mumtoaperfectbabyboy Wed 03-Jun-20 22:27:35

I got a long curved one off amazon that was amazing but I was heavily pregnant in winter, if it was summer it would have been too hot.

Chl00 Wed 03-Jun-20 22:33:09

Just one you can wrap around your whole body because you’ll wanna kind of cuddle it and wrap yourself round it but also have part on your back to support it while you sleep... mines like double my length but I am quite short😅

WK29 Wed 03-Jun-20 23:17:59

@mummytobe85 I got the Pharmedoc U-Shaped pillow (bought from Amazon) and it’s been great so far smile

toomuchteaandcake Wed 03-Jun-20 23:55:16

Asda 12 foot pregnancy pillow has been my pregnancy must have. Gonna be sad to say bye to it in a few weeks!

Teacaketotty Wed 03-Jun-20 23:59:01

I also had the big ASDA 12 footer! It’s amazing but very big, luckily we have a super king but not sure how it would fit in a double - unless your partner is happy in the spare room/couch!

SmilingLikeMorrisOnABike Thu 04-Jun-20 00:27:39

The asda one! I think it's kinder something about 18£ ooooh it's amazing x

peachypetite Thu 04-Jun-20 10:31:55

The Asda one is great, massive and won’t break the bank

Viletta Thu 04-Jun-20 10:48:24

Hi there, I just got a bbhugme as a gift. It's ridiculous price £139! But really really comfortable and you can use it as a nursing pillow. If you shape it like a doughnut you can rest on your belly. I was eyeballing eBay and they sell second hand for £70-100, I'd sell mine when no longer needed. Although I may keep it, it's so so good!

excitednerves Fri 05-Jun-20 12:17:44

I also have the bbhugme and I love it (so does my husband ha ha!) It is expensive but I’m on my second pregnancy now and used it when I had a sore back between pregnancies too, so cost per use is pretty good, and I’ll sell it after this pregnancy too.

Vixen1984 Fri 05-Jun-20 13:21:31

Another vote for the pharmedoc u-shaped pillow

20viona Fri 05-Jun-20 13:24:43

Whatever you do don't get a dreamgenie! Utter crap.

Starburst12 Fri 05-Jun-20 13:35:58

I got the Queen rose one from amazon. It has been a lifesaver! I paid £58 for it but it has been worth every penny

Dalmore30 Fri 05-Jun-20 14:51:49

I have the Dreamgenii, bought from eBay for around £15 - love it. It’s made a massive difference, before I was waking up on my back and feeling achey in the mornings. I get up before my boyfriend and he steals it once I’m up!

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