Great customer service
I ordered the wrong size and the exchange process was quick and easy! The quality of the shorts is great!
Had a baby few weeks ago and everyone told me to get the SRC shorts...I hate them. Can barely breath in them and there’s stitching on the shorts right where my csection is and it digs into it every time I wear them. Also they’re really difficult to put on. Last thing you need after a c-section is to be uncomfortable. I’m just wearing the belly band the Physio gave me from hospital, seems to do the trick!
Keeps falling down and cheap fabric
I purchased two pair with the social media deal that was around - size M, 6 months pregnant.
What I found:
* The crouch falls down, it's very annoying and really shouldn't happen. Walking just a few meters I was tugging them back up. I emailed and asked what I could do, they kindly sent out a replacement size S. But, same thing, just keeps slipping down. I have many other brand leggins including Lorna Jane, Lululemon, Runny Bare and Body and this doesn't happen with any of those brands.
* The sizing is off, I'm usually a size 10 and at 6 mon...
Two time customer
I have purchased two SRC pregnancy products.
1 x over the bump minis
1 x under the bump leggings
After being diagnosed with vulval varicosities (google it...if you’re game) during my third pregnancy I was recommended to get a support garment. At 26 weeks I was excited to find these SRC products as they seemed well regarded and specifically targeted vulva varicose veins (one of the few products to say this). The price is relatively high but worth it in my mind as this is a condition that can worsen throughout pregnancy resulting in discomfort a...nd perhaps a compromised birth. What I found: - The over the bump product was too tight on my bump. Website said the product does not have any compression over the belly, which is true but it does have a very tight, non adjustable band that (for me) sat just where my stomach was, which caused indigestion (as I didn’t have this condition before wearing the garment, and it decreased as soon as I took it off). The rest of the fit and support was fantastic though. Also they didn’t slip down or roll up. - Due to the indigestion I decided to invest in a second pair that was under the bump. I decided on leggings this time as they would give extra support and a preventive measure against varicose veins in my legs (as this can happen too following VV). Anyway, the fit is really bad. They keep falling down even with the adjusted waist band. Think ultra, ultra low waisted jeans style. Which unfortunately means there is no support for the VV which is why I purchase them in the first place.
You need to buy this (if you’ve just given birth)
Femme-Eze ice / heat pack
These triangular shaped ice packs are amazing. So good for post (vaginal) birth recovery. The cotton covers are so handy too. I would highly recommend these and I will now purchase for any new Mum I know.
Yes expensive but personally worth it for me.
I used these for both my babies and they were seriously a godsend. You have to make sure you purchase the right size for you - they should be tight and not slip down. My diastasis recti healed quicker with these compared to what my physio advised had I not used them. The support they offer (I had vaginal labour both times) post birth made me feel confident my insides weren't going to fall out. Yes expensive but personally worth it for me.
Expensive way to get thrush
Paid $200 for these shorts and with postpartum hormones and after wearing them for ONE DAY I got thrush. Pretty expensive way to get a yeast infection, something which is very common postpartum. Couldnt get a refund either, so disappointmented.
OK but expensive
I bought the post part I’m shorts after having a c section. They are comfortable and supportive. My only issue is the manufacturing of them. They thread on the seam on the waist band is unravelling. For the money I’d have expected better quality. Also now I am slimming down the waist band slides down throughout the day. I am now 6 weeks postpartum.
A must have post pregnancy
I have used these shorts after my third baby and my recovery compared to my first two babies is incredible. I had a 6cm diastasis after my first two kids and it took months and months post partum to close. This time around with the shorts I am four weeks post partum and only have a 1cm gap! Would reckmmend to all
A must have for post pregnancy
Having delivered a 10 pound 6 baby and being quite small framed myself, I suffered quite a bit.
I had a 3 finger separation in my abdominals and was quite sore in my pelvis.
I had purchased the leggings at 37 weeks pregnant but wasn't able to put them on until 2 weeks post birth. Initially one as only able to wear them a couple of hours at a time, but now 10 weeks on I wear them almost daily and they have done an amazing job with not only my separation but making me feel 'together'. My tummy is getting smaller too
I recently bought my SRC shorts at 32 weeks and have been disappointed. Being that they’re quite expensive I think it’s important to have all the info before purchasing. I bought them in hope they would support my pelvic instability (specifically SRJ issues). I have found no relief from my discomfort. I have worn these day and night and if anything provide more annoyance as the waist band always slides under my belly which is quite uncomfortable. I know many women have loved these but I haven’t had the same experience.
SRC Health Pregnancy Leggings
When I started to get pelvic pain my midwife recommended the compression shorts or leggings. After several weeks of research, I decided to purchase the SRC health pregnancy leggings. Unfortunately I was extremely disappointed with my purchase due to lack of information and guidance from the supplier. After having a bad experience buying my first pair of pregnancy leggings, SRC have been extremely helpful in helping me find a solution. Not only exchanging the leggings for a different size but also put me in contact with a wonderful physiothe...rapist in my local area. My recommendation is, before you go and buy SRC leggings, please be measured by a physiotherapist and try on a pair. Purchasing them from a supplier without an experienced physio results in purchasing the wrong product. Thank you to SRC for assisting with my situation.
Not as great as they make out.
I have tried these prenatal tights and couldn't wait to wear them. I was left very disappointed. I have the correct fit and measurements. They kept slipping down at the back. The material was synthetic feel and not at all breathable. The adjustable buttons at the side stuck out so you could not wear this underneath dresses or pants as promised. I have now purchased 2xu maternity and at the same pricing are soooooo much better. Don't waste your money!!!
Love their swimsuits!
I have ordered three swimsuits from this company and I'm so in love with them!! The quality is so good and the fit is perfect! The best thing is that their prices are cheap. You can get a full set for under 20 dollars! Definitely will buy more in the future
Not bad but not a miracle product either
I bought these SRC pregnancy leggings for support in my pelvic area due to vulval variscosity in the third trimester. I bought them from a specialist medical clothing supply store that measure you for the correct size. I have been (trying) to wear them for about a week now. For $200 for a pair of these leggings, included in their 'technology' is an adjustable elastic waist, much like what we mums buy for our toddler kiddies from places like a Target and Best and Less. The lady at the medical supply clothing store seemed to think this was a bri...lliant idea for the pants so that they can be adjusted to suit all manner of body types. However, I've just been back to the store today because, as it turns out, she gave me an incorrect measurement and size. It seems she may have put too much faith in the adjustable waist band, and she gave me a size too large. Due to this, the elastic in the hem line kept on doubling over and cutting painfully into my stomach. The next size down feels much more comfortable to me and so far has not been doubling over- perhaps because it hasn't had to have been dramatically tightened and pulled in just to fit me. In summary, my advice and feedback is, even if you get these pants from a specialist shop where they measure you, make sure they have really given you the right size. Also, the adjustable waist is actually a negative point of these pants in my opinion - for specialist maternity support wear that you need to be measured for, they should just fit because they are well made with a wide range of suitable sizes - not because they have inferior quality adjustable waists like kids' pants from chain stores- especially for the price of these support wear! Apart from that, they do offer support but not the almost miraculous effect that seems to be promoted in their advertising.
Questions & Answers
the top of my shorts just keep rolling down no matter what? how do i stp this happeneing and wear them properly, this is so annoying and I have just paid nearly $200 for these
Their T shirts and bottom wear looks great but I don't whether I should but it from here or not as by seeing the reviews I think this is a fake site.
Please respond from where I can get T shirts and bottom wear like they have?
You can't buy SRC products on this site, it's only for reviewing purposes. You can buy their products from some physios or second hand from eBay.
Thanks.... but am not living in Australia. Am from India. Please tell me the way so that I can order.
you can buy from their website http://www.srchealth.com/ thats where i got mine
I had a c-section 3 and a half weeks ago, is it too late to start wearing the shorts??
I had a natural delivery, so cannot be confident in translating to your situation, but i had been told wearing as often as poss in the first 6wks & then for exercise after that is recommended. I am 6.5wks postpartum now and feel more supported for walking and during light exercise wearing them than without.
I had my c section almost 5 months ago and the physio i have just started seeing said to go buy some as they are useful as long as they used within the first 12 months post birth
I'll recommend to you the better quality & long time run products if you can try pregnancy shorts you can use after that either you don't find a product so I suggest you can contact the company otherwise online search a product after that your problem so, I prefer & share my company site https://supacore.com/products/pregnancy-maternity-short you should check this. After that, you should any need you can ask here.
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