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The snap back was real!

This was my first baby and I was doing all the research I possibly could. I was able to find that my insurance covered the Mama Strut and it was the best thing that I could have done. 12 hours after delivering my baby I had my husband strap me in. The only time I took it off was to shower. I wore it for 6 weeks straight. Throwing it in the washing machine was very easy, held up to about 5 washes. I loved the ice pack that came with it. We stayed in the hospital for about 36 hours after delivery and by the time we left, I was still swollen but I did not look pregnant. The swelling had subsided thanks to the Mama Strut. I recommend this to all my pregnant friends! A plus was that I delivered in August so I was able to wear the Mama Strut with a nursing bra in the hospital as well as lounging around at home with the new baby. I def felt it help with posture and pain relief, I delivered vaginally and the ice packs were very helpful. In the future even if my insurance does not cover it it is ssssooo worth the price. I was back pre-pregnancy clothing within the first month. (This is my picture in my Mama Strut 12 hours after delivery– Happy because I am a supported mama)

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