Maternity Support Belt

How “HG” Maternity Support Belt Can Help You?

HG (Harness Gravidarum) Maternity Support Belt is a Class I Medical Device, that is designed for sufferers of SPD Symphysis Pubis Dysfynction & PGP Pelvic Girdle Pain. The HG maternity support harness has been designed to help manage the pain and discomfort of Pelvic Girdle Pain.

Key Features of the HG Maternity Support belt and how they help you:

  • Baby Bump Support
  • Lumbar / Back Support
  • Symphysis Pubis Joint Support
  • Hip / Pelvis Support

Comfortable and Practical to Wear


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New “HG” Maternity Belt

The HG Maternity Belt developed to provide support using a comfortable and practical solution, a general comment regarding maternity support belts is that they are uncomfortable especially when sitting down due to the nature of the fabric used in the HG Maternity Belt, this makes using a maternity belt much more comfortable.

Key Features of the “HG” Maternity Belt:

  • Baby Bump Support
  • Lumbar / Back Support

Comfortable and Practical to Wear



Maternity Support Belt

Why & How was the “HG” Maternity Support Developed

After trying numerous maternity belts given by doctors and midwives, and pain getting worse, it was identified that all the maternity belts out there pretty much did the same and seemed to be based on Lumbar/Back Support belts.These were uncomfortable and not really practical, the HG Support was developed to address the pain caused by SPD / PGP and how this pain could be managed.

It can start at any point during the pregnancy and can sometimes stay at the same level and in other cases get worse as the pregnancy develops.

The HG Support provides support to all of the Pelvis and lower back – (Farrell, Shropshire)


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What are the Signs and Symptoms of SPD?

The most common symptom is difficulty when walking and wrenching pain (as though your pelvis is tearing apart). Typically, the pain is focused on the pubic area, but in some women it radiates to the upper thighs and perineum.

The pain can worsen when you’re walking and doing any weight-bearing activity, particularly one that involves lifting one leg, such as when you’re climbing upstairs, gmailetting dressed, getting in and out of a car, even turning over in bed.

1 in 4 sufferers will experience Moderate to severe SPD / PGP