Moms Reveal Their Favorite Pregnancy Hacks

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It’s no surprise that pregnancy leads to a load of complications that many of us who have never been pregnant would have never seen coming. With your body and lifestyle both going through so many changes all at once, things are bound to change and get a little more difficult. Luckily, a group of moms have come together to create a list of pregnancy hacks that can make the process just a little bit easier to bear.

These pregnancy hacks help with everything from wardrobe malfunctions to comfortably sleeping at night.

Perhaps the top tip that veteran moms have for pregnancy is using a hair tie on your jean buttons to make your pants fit for longer, rather than having to go out and buy multiple pairs of maternity pants.

Avoid buying bigger bras and maternity shirts as well, as a little DIY with some spare fabric can add length to both garments.

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Using sports tape on your stomach can help alleviate some pain you may be having, and sticking your bra in the freezer before wearing it all day can help cool down your breasts and make them less uncomfortable.

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Popsicles and crackers are the go to staples for warding off queasiness and morning sickness.

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A pair of kitchen tongs can soon help you reach grab things just out of reach when your growing belly gets in the way.

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Use patterns online to create your own customized pregnancy pillow, or try using a cheap inflatable inner tube in bed to help you sleep more comfortably.

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The above list is just a fraction of the pregnancy hacks out there that can make the process just a little easier. What is your favorite tip that helped you or a loved one get through those 9 long months?

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