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Our doctor-recommended V-Sling is specifically designed to address severe pelvic pain associated with pregnancy. This flexible, neoprene sling is easy-to-use and highly adjustable to provide maximum support of the uterine wall and relieve pelvic and vaginal pressure. Say goodbye to pregnancy waddle, pain and discomfort with this innovative support that can be worn day or night.
*Belly Bandit® is the premiere FDA Registered Medical Device brand in Maternity Support Products and Postpartum Belly Wraps and Corsets.
The V- Sling is designed to support your belly and uterine wall, which may help with:
During pregnancy, an increase in pelvic and vaginal pressure along with added blood flow to the pelvic region can put extra strain on your uterine wall. This can result in some pretty uncomfortable side effects, like vulvar varicosities and uterine prolapse. That’s where the Belly Bandit® V-sling comes in. Designed to address severe pelvic pain, this pelvic band supports your belly and uterine wall, lessening the overall pressure and giving you relief in the area you need it most.
With a pelvic support band, certain pregnancy pains become much more manageable. This band is ideal for women who are experiencing intense pelvic pain—sometimes referred to as “lightning crotch”—or vaginal pressure. If you’re experiencing pelvic girdle pain, uterine prolapse, inguinal or femoral hernias, vaginal or vulvar varicosities, or just generally intense pressure and heaviness in your pelvic region, wearing a V-Sling may help ease your discomfort.
The Belly Bandit® V-Sling uses flexible, lightweight straps made of high-quality neoprene to apply gentle pressure to your pelvic area, giving your uterine wall additional support and relieving feelings of discomfort and pressure. The straps criss-cross between the legs and connect to a wider band that sits low across the hips, just below the belly. This system helps the straps apply pressure to the pelvic region and also distributes the weight of your belly, relieving strained muscles that are struggling to support it effectively. Together, both parts of the V-Sling provide critical support to help relieve pelvic pain and other symptoms associated with it.
Yes! In fact, pregnancy bands for pelvic pain and support are often recommended by medical professionals as a safe, non-pharmacological treatment for pelvic pain associated with pregnancy. Of course, we always recommend consulting with your physician before trying something new, as they may have specific directions or recommendations for you based on your individual needs and situation.
It may! Though the V-Sling’s primary purpose is as a pelvic support band, pregnancy pains are often interconnected, so it wouldn’t be unusual at all for you to get some relief by wearing the V-Sling. If you’re looking for a support band to help specifically with back pain, check out our Upsie Belly® Pregnancy Support Band.
When to start wearing the V-Sling pelvic support band is completely up to you. Some women like to wear it early on in pregnancy to help prevent pelvic pain, while others prefer to wait and see if they will experience any discomfort at all. Be sure to discuss any pelvic pain with your physician before starting to wear the V-Sling.
Absolutely! You can wear the V-Sling day or night for extra pelvic support.
When the straps are positioned correctly, it should be very comfortable. The Belly Bandit® V-Sling is lightweight and flexible with easily adjustable straps to provide maximum comfort and support.
Vulvar varicosities are caused by an increased flow of blood to your lower body that then pools in your pelvic region rather than moving back up towards your heart. The Belly Bandit® V-Sling provides gentle pressure and increased support in your pelvic area to encourage blood circulation, which can sometimes help treat vulvar varicosities.
The best way to wash your V-Sling pelvic support band and straps is by hand. If you decide to machine wash them, make sure you use cold water. Afterwards, lay the band and straps flat to dry. Do not use bleach or iron your V-Sling.
I was hesitant to think anything would help with the SPD pain I was having late in my second trimester, early third. But I read a review that basically said “why tough it out if it works?” And boy am I glad I gave in and got this support band! After a few fine tuning adjustments to the cross straps, I had instant relief. Crazy how something so simple can help so much! I seriously can’t recommend this enough. Kept me comfortable through 2 concerts and a bunch of busy days. I’m right between sizes (normally an 8/10) and I went with the smaller size expecting it to stretch a bit, which it did. At first I couldn’t get all the velcro covered on the belly band, but I just wore my high waisted pregnancy undies and that was enough to keep from itching! It did make me sweaty, but I never noticed it until I took it off at the end of the night! 10/10 recommend.
Provides the support I need. I just wish they chose a different name. There's no dignity in pregnancy at all, and now I have to wear a V-sling???? Did they even think about the name?
I wear the v sling during work. I’m in my feet all day and it had truly made a difference. Before I could hardly walk after my lunch break but now I can walk normally. I highly recommend one to anyone who works on their feet all day.
Great support and it works well for reducing my pubic symphysis pain. However, once you wash it, the velcro doesn't stick as strongly as it did before the wash.
This seems like it was made to be a one size type sizing on this, and this does run a bit big (longer belly band than expected), but then bellies run in a wide variety of sizes based on how far along you are (lower belly size), so expect the belly strap to be a bit longer than needed. It is comfortable and does wrap around and stick to itself really well. The other straps for your pelvic area run a bit long too, and the velcro areas are small, but fit the width of the belly band perfect - which helps prevent any velcro from going past the belly band and clinging/sticking to your clothing - which can ruin it. But this also means the only way to adjust those pelvic bands is to spread them out, wider side to side, which can ruin the strength of the support. I would like to be able to tighten them up in a position I find perfect, but there is no other way to adjust the length of these pelvic straps. Would be nice if they included some shorter straps so you are able to choose the location of these straps better. I like the straps wider in the front, but closer on the back side to get the pelvic floor coverage I want. But I have to put them really wide at the back to get the tension/support I want, and that almost reduces the support directly under my pelvic floor to zero - as it pulls the straps more towards the groin/thigh crease sides reducing the vulva support.Overall, it works and provides belly and hip support and a certain amount of pelvic floor (vulva) support, so I have confidence to walk about and not feel like everything wants to slip ou
V-Sling Pelvic Support Band
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