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SRC Pregnancy Recovery Shorts Review & a Giveaway

For many women pregnancy is a joyous and exciting time. Although it is challenging to watch your body transform so dramatically, it is more easily accepted and tolerated because face it, we keep our eye on the prize. A beautiful precious newborn is surely a good exchange for a body that grows less familiar every day, Right? Well lean in ladies because I have discovered a product that will help you regain your pre baby shape in no time.

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The SRC Recovery Shorts are a medical grade compression shorts to help you recover postpartum. SRC Recovery Shorts help get your pre baby body back faster. SRC Recovery Shorts are a postnatal product are a must have for your hospital bag and make a great baby shower gift for the mom to be!

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SRC Recovery Shorts are made from patented medical grade compression fabric, which supports the body, increases circulation to the muscles and speeds up healing. Comprised of dedicated Anatomical Support Panels (ASP) to maximise the healing process.

  • Abdominal panel - used to heal diastasis recti or separation of the abdominal muscles and keep fluid central so your body can eliminate it. Help get rid of the ‘jelly-belly’ look after pregnancy. Also great for lower back support.
  • Pelvic floor panel – used to speed up healing and help to strengthen the pelvic floor.
  • Leg panel – great for varicose veins and the smoothing of cellulite

Unlike shapewear, splints or belts which can deactivate the core muscles, causing your recovery to slow down, SRC Recovery shorts work with the body to help improve muscles performance and get you back to your pre baby body faster. The fabric is comfortable to wear, breathable and helps to take moisture away from the skin.

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How they work:
After you give birth, put on the SRC Recovery Shorts as soon as you feel comfortable, usually in the first 1-2 days and work up to wearing 24/7 for the first 3 months. After the first three months, you can wear them for exercise and to help support your abdominal and pelvic floor muscles. The SRC Recovery shorts are recommended by doctors, physical therapists and nurses and are backed by clinical research.

Suitable for C-section or vaginal delivery, SRC Recovery Shorts will make you feel comfortable, supported and back to your old self in no time. Check out the SRC Recovery shorts website at for more information as well as testimonials from other mothers who believe the SRC Recovery shorts are a post pregnancy must have.

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One lucky Momtrends' reader will #win a pair of SRC Recovery Shorts (medical grade compression shorts to help you recover), valued at $150. Enter via rafflecopter below:

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