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Here’s Top 3 postnatal recovery questions and answer by Australia Physiotherapist- Alison Blake (a.k.a Founder of BODYBALL). Q1: My doctors told me it generally takes 6 weeks to recover from a natural birth and 12 weeks from an abdominal C-section, is that the same for everyone? A: Pregnancy and childbirth is meant to have many both physical and emotional changes, and there are many...


Your growing baby is super scrumptious; adores the ground you walk upon and; finds your comedy hilarious.  What better friend is there? He’s increasingly entertaining and his growing chubbiness adds to your delight.  If he hadn’t sapped your energy quite so significantly over the former three months, you’d not bother put him down for his next nap. He has learnt...


08 May UNDERSTANDING YOUR BABY’S SLEEP…LESS-NESS From restoring energy levels, to the building blocks of brain connection. Sleep, it’s crucial for her development. But, if sleep is so essential, why doesn’t she sleep more soundly? On average, from 2 weeks – 3 months of age your little cherub will sleep 15-17 hours across a 24 hour period. That’s a load of...


Thinking about heading out in your highest heels for a night on the town?  Don’t do it, your baby will be born, cross-eyed. Stop eating those strawberries!  They cause strawberry-skin blemishes on your newborn. Baby born with a flock of hair?  It’s because you experienced so much heart-burn and indigestion whilst pregnant. And don’t look at that mouse, scurrying behind the fridge…...


During breastfeeding period, most of the mothers are worrying much about their milk supply. Thousands of questions running through their mind, is my baby having enough milk? Is my milk production enough? What shall I do or any food shall I eat during my breastfeeding period? Don’t worry about it; you are not the only one who facing this problem....



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It's hard to know which size to buy when you are pregnant and in between sizes.
Please use the following tips as a guide to help you decide which size to buy.

It's hard to know which size to buy when you are pregnant and in between sizes.  please use the following tips as a guide to help you decide which size to buy.


We recommend you stay with your pre-pregnancy size when choosing maternity wear. The main changes will be in your bust.

* Not all sizes available in all styles 



To get your size, start at your belly button and go all the way around then match your measurement to the corresponding size.

For our recovery shaper tops, we suggest you choose one size smaller than your normal clothing size for a better fit.


Early stages of pregnancy: please use your pre-pregnancy body size.
Close to your due date : please select one size smaller than your current size.


During Pregnancy: Our under bust size will gradually increase as your baby grows, for up to one cup size.
Postnatal: Avoid buying maternity bras in the first two weeks, as your bust (cup size) will increase significantly to prepare for breastfeeding. It usually settles in the second week.

* Not all sizes available in all styles 

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