It’s safe to say your body goes through a lot during pregnancy. Your veins will be working overtime to accommodate your growing baby, and that can lead to swelling of your legs and feet.

Our regular pregnancy guides and features offer helpful tips on how to find daily comfort with the help of compression wear. Help is always at hand!

Is It Safe to Wear Compression Socks While Pregnant?

That’s a very good question! When you are carrying your baby (or babies), you’ll be wanting to make sure that you do everything right for your body, and that goes further than just what you consume. It’s not been long that compression socks have been recommended for pregnant women to wear, so it’s certainly understandable…

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How to Choose and Use Compression Socks While Pregnant

Pregnancy will bring on all kinds of changes for your body to cope with!  One of the more uncomfortable and painful changes can be the swelling of your lower legs and feet.  That comes as a result of your veins working harder than ever to accommodate for your growing baby!  Compression wear can be used…

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Finding the Best Compression Socks for Pregnancy Travel

Two of the main reasons why people wear compression socks is for air travel and relief during pregnancy. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that you should want to wear stockings if you are travelling while pregnant! While there are plenty of different socks available that are tailored to everyday wear, there are also some which…

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The 5 Major Benefits of Wearing Pregnancy Socks

It’s all good and well someone telling you that you should wear pregnancy socks while you are carrying. But do you actually know what they do? Let’s check out the 5 major benefits of wearing pregnancy socks so you can really understand why getting yourself a pair may be just what you need to get…

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7 Ways to Combat Swollen Feet During Pregnancy

As much as pregnancy is an extremely exciting time for any expectant mum, the changes in your body can start to take their toll. Your back will ache, cravings will be through the roof, and as the weeks pass by you’ll notice that your feet will swell, making it often uncomfortable to walk and put your shoes…

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