The Snoozle slide sheet blog - Tips for sleeping with pain

Do you have extremely severe PGP in pregnancy? Would you participate in a trial?

Snoozle maternity slide sheet

Really sorry but our trial is full, thank you everyone who contacted us.

Hey everyone. We're currently looking for pregnant women who suffer from extremely bad Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). When we say extreme, we mean for example: almost completely immobilized, taking pain medication and even hospitalized for pain management or in a similar situation at home, wheelchair bound. 

The reason? We're conducting a small trial for the Snoozle. We've had women ask if it´ll work for extremely severe cases where the woman is unable to move... Read more!

If you have Pelvic Girdle Pain we'd like to help you sleep!

The Snoozle maternity slide sheet can help you sleep
Sleeping when you are pregnant is a difficult task for most women. Your body has changed and you now have to situate your stomach which is the size of a beach ball while trying to find a comfortable position. But, yet, if you suffer with pelvic girdle pain, then you have even more reasons to hate getting in and out of bed. Getting sleep when pregnant is not an easy thing to do and it only gets harder once the baby arrives. This means you want to do your best to get a good night’s sleep while you can... Learn more!

3 annoying pregnancy sleep problems

Pregnancy sleep problems

Did you know that when you are pregnant, you might get very tired. I'm kidding! Of course you know. Growing a baby is hard work. You are supplying your baby with all the nutrients he or she needs in order to grow into a healthy little human being and that takes a lot of eating (woohoo!) and resting on your part. I get kind of exhausted just thinking about it. My youngest will be 4 in a few days and I'm still tired... Read more.

 

Important tip: Explain your Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) to people

Tell people about your PGPMost pregnant women who have suffered from PGP, which is quite common during pregnancy but varies in severity, have heard others dismiss their experience by saying that pain is “typical” and “to be expected” during pregnancy. Some of these people are well-meaning while others are not, but either way no one wants to be told that the pain is acceptable. It's almost weird to think about, but these types of comments are pretty common:

"It can't be that bad."... Read more

Do you have a pregnancy (midwife or doula) related blog or website?

Pink maternity slide sheetThe Snoozle is a new and exciting product. We're trying to reach pregnant women who suffer from Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP), formerly known as Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD), to let them know that we have a solution for their painful tossing and turning at night.

If you have a pregnancy related blog or website we'd like to point out our affiliate program. We'd also love to hear from you if you want to review the Snoozle or host a giveaway for your ... Click to read more.

Make sleeping while pregnant more comfortable

Tired in the third trimesterMany pregnant women find it very hard to sleep, especially in the later months, when you start getting much bigger and more weight is put on your back and hips. I should know it, this here is a picture of me when I was pregnant with my third little girl (nr. 2 is with me in the picture). I was severely sleep deprived, puffy and in a world of pain. I usually had crutches but they're not in the picture. I decided to share it with you, even if it's not the best picture of me. There are many things that can cause you to have trouble sleeping, including discomforts, aches, frequent urination, and heartburn... Read more

Do you recognize these 7 symptoms of Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP)?

Pelvic Girdle Pain symptomsBefore we get to the symptoms, know this: Your body has to go through some pretty major changes in order to make room for your expected baby. Your bones, joints, and ligaments will have to adjust to help you push out your baby out. To help with this, your body produces a hormone (Relaxin) to allow your ligaments to connect to the bones of your pelvis, to relax and help you make room for your baby. This is supposed to be a good thing during delivery, but it can cause you pain during your pregnancy, called Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). Close to 50-70% of women will have some form of Pelvic Girdle Pain during their pregnancy... Read more

How to sleep when pregnant

How to sleep when pregnantIf you’re pregnant, then you’re probably sick of hearing “you better get some sleep now, because you’re going to need it when that baby comes.” Almost every pregnant woman on earth has more than likely been told this mantra several times throughout the entire course of her pregnancy. But how can you sleep when towards the end of the pregnancy sleep becomes almost impossible due to pelvic girdle pain, breathlessness and a large baby in your belly making it difficult to turn from side-to-side?... Read more

 

6 tips on how to (sort of) enjoy your pelvic girdle pain pregnancy

Who says you can't have a little fun even when waddling like a penguin or cursing like a pirate when you drop something on the floor and can't pick it up? You can still have a little laugh... Read more

 

Tips for coping with SPD during pregnancy

Tips for coping with PGP during pregnancy

SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) is a very common condition that women experience during pregnancy. Also referred to as PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain), it is a medical condition that causes women to experience pain mostly in their hips, back and pubic bone during pregnancy. This is actually a condition that is caused by Relaxin, a hormone that is released in order to loosen your pelvic ligaments to make room for your baby and help the baby move through the pelvis during birth... Read more

 

What is PGP in pregnancy and what can you do about it?

What is PGP in pregnancy?If you're walking like a penguin while pregnant, it's probably not because you're attention seeking but because you suffer from PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain). The reason for your pain is that your placenta is producing a hormone called Relaxin. To prepare your body for birth, Relaxin makes your body's soft tissue softer and more stretchable than normal... Read more