Bellefit Corset

$108.00

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  • 30-day returns
  • Free USA shipping
  • C-Section & Natural Birth OK.
  • 3 Row Adjustable Front Hooks.
  • Full Rear Coverage.
  • Best for When Swelling at Its Peak.
  • FDA Registered Medical Device
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The Bellefit Postpartum Corset can be worn after a C-section or Natural birth. Medical Quality Compression & Support. Three rows of Adjustable Front Hook & Eye Closures. C-Section Incision Support and Recovery. Doctor-Recommended, Durable & Medical-Grade, Reinforced Abdominal Panel.

Watch the following video to see how moms wear their Bellefit Girdles.

Directions

  • Begin wearing after birth on the day that you are discharged from the hospital. It’s optimal to begin wearing Bellefit right after birth; however, you will still see results if you begin to wear your girdle at any time during the first 6 months after the delivery.
  • Here’s why: Still present after childbirth for up to 6 months are hormones secreted during pregnancy. These hormones, Estrogen, progesterone and relaxin loosen the abdominal muscles, the pelvic structure and supporting ligaments and joints. Bellefit works together with your body’s natural process of recovery.
Bounce back after baby with Bellefit! This Corset is super smooth. It can be adjusted to offer the most comfortable fit with a front row of hook-and-eye closures. Moving around following a C-Section or natural birth is effortless in this undergarment. Wear the Bellefit Corset to support your belly and back 24/7. The Corset’s compression helps strengthen your core after pregnancy. This strong support encourages more control of your abdomen allowing for more range of motion while caring for yourself and your baby. The Bellefit Corset is ideal for recovery after C-Section or Natural Birth. A supported and held-together tummy post-delivery is possible and it doesn’t need to be painful, either. Bellefit has repeatedly proven that beauty isn’t sacrificial. Reducing swelling and giving new moms their fave shape back is what this product does daily. It compresses the body in a way that is comfortable and discreet. It’s your best-kept secret after delivery.

Benefits of Wearing a Postpartum Corset

  • Reduces pregnancy-related excess weight.
  • Supports and compresses your abdominal and lumbar regions.
  • Improves and supports your posture and relieves back pain.
  • Encourages a speedy recovery after childbirth.
  • Strong support helps you increase your mobility.
  • Helps support & recover your C-Section Incision.
  • Helps close the abdominal gap after pregnancy, also known as diastasis recti.

Corset Uses

  • Postpartum.
  • Everyday & Night Use.
  • Back Support.
  • C-Section or Natural Birth.

Bellefit Corset Features

  • Three front row closures to adjust tightness.
  • Powerful compression panels to control & flatten tummy.
  • Back support panels to stabilize & ease back pain.
  • Medical-grade protection for c-section incision area.
  • Inner spiral boning to shape curves & prevent rolling.
  • Easy crotch opening with 3 rows of adjustable hooks to accommodate heavy flow pads.
  • Breathable & flexible compression fabrics.
  • Rear-end reinforcement to keep corset in place.
  • Hides back bulge and muffin top.
  • Full coverage to minimize panty lines.
Girdles & Corsets Sizing Chart
GIRDLE SIZE YOUR WEIGHT NOW (LBS.) HIPS NOW (INCHES)
XS
Up to 105
32" - 35"
S
106 – 125
35″ – 38″
M
126 – 145
38″ – 40″
L
146 – 165
40″ – 42″
XL
166 – 185
42″ – 45″
2XL
186 – 225
45″ – 49″
3XL
226 or more
49″ – 53″
panty sizing chart

How to Find Your Size:

How to Wear

How to Wear

How to Wear your Bellefit Corset®

  • Unhook the front panel and hook the groin closure.
  • Sit down on the edge of your bed and step into the girdle one foot at a time.
  • Stand to pull it up as far as you can.
  • Lie on your back to fasten the vertical hook closure. Start with the bottom hook and work your way up.
  • Stand up, center the front panel and adjust until comfortable.
Medical Conditions

Medical Conditions & Their Medical Codes

Doctors recommend Bellefit compression girdles and corsets for the treatment of these medical conditions which are most commonly experienced by women after childbirth.

O71.89 DIASTASIS RECTI

The rectus abdominis muscles are found on the abdomen and are commonly referred to as the abs or “6 pack” muscles. There is a small band of tissue, called the linea alba, that connects the right and left side of the rectus abdominis muscles and is located at the midline of the body. Diastasis recti is a condition in which there is a weakening of the linea alba allowing for an abnormally large separation between the rectus abdominis muscles. This widening of the linea alba allows for bulging of the abdomen and an appearance of still appearing pregnant after delivery.

K40-46 HERNIA

A hernia is the result of an organ or tissue protruding through an opening in the muscles. While a hernia can occur in many areas of the body, they most commonly develop in the abdominal and groin areas during pregnancy. Developing a hernia during the course of your pregnancy is not always an immediate concern; in fact, most physicians recommend waiting until after you give birth to have the hernia treated. However, hernias rarely, if ever, go away on their own and must eventually be treated. Left untreated, a hernia will progressively worsen in severity and eventually become more serious can eventually lead to life-altering complications.

M54.5 ACUTE OR CHRONIC PAIN IN THE LUMBAR OR SACRAL REGION

Back pain, especially in the lumbar or sacral regions, is a common condition experienced during pregnancy. In fact, nearly 1 out of every 2 pregnant women can expect to experience acute or chronic pain the in lumbar or sacral regions of the spine. The pain in these areas is typically temporary and a direct result of pregnancy-induced weight gain and hormonal changes, and often contributes to pain, sleep-disturbances, and other discomforts experienced during the course of the pregnancy.

M25.551/M25.552 HIP PAIN R/L

Hip pain can be debilitating — especially when you are tasked with carrying a baby. The extra pressure and strain on your joints causes hip pain that pregnant women often misdiagnose and neglect to seek treatment for. Hip pain comes from various sources during pregnancy. Most women start to develop the joint pain during the second trimester, right as you start to develop a “baby bump.” The change in your walking style, the loosening of your ligaments holding together the sacroiliac joints, and sleeping on your side later in pregnancy all can add to hip pain. Another cause is pressure on your sciatic nerve, formally called Sciatica. Sciatica can cause pain, numbness, and/or tingling in the buttocks, hips, and thigh. This is where appointments with your physician are especially useful, as Sciatica can lead to serious complications.

O26.7 SUBLUXATION OF SYMPHYSIS (PUBIS) IN PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH and PUERPERIUM

Subluxation of symphysis is also known as symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD). This is a condition that causes excessive movement of the pubic symphysis. The symphysis is a midline, nonsynovial joint that connects the right and left superior pubic ram. Because of the misalignment of the pelvis, pain is associated with this diagnosis. Basically, this joint holds the right and left sides of the pelvic muscles together. When this joint becomes soft, pelvic muscles and bones move more freely. With the weight of a growing baby, this can become a painful condition.

O70.0-O70.4 PERINEAL LACERATION DURING DELIVERY

The perineum is the tissue that is located between the vagina and the anus. There are layers to the tissue being skin, subcutaneous tissue, and the pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles are important muscles in regards to the passing of stool and urine. During vaginal delivery, the perineal tissue is stretched with the passing of the baby, mainly the head and shoulders, which can lead to tears of the perineal tissue. There are different grades ranging from 1 to 4 of perineal lacerations. Grades 1 and 2 are most common. Grades 3 and 4 are more severe with tearing of muscles and the anal sphincter. An episiotomy is an intentional perineal laceration made by the physician at the time of delivery. This was performed routinely some number of years ago, but is no long a routine procedure. Episiotomies are usually performed if there is concern for grade 3 or 4 perineal laceration or if there is concern to deliver the baby quickly.

N81.2 INCOMPLETE UTEROVAGINAL PROLAPSE

The uterus is held in place by pelvic ligaments and muscles. The muscles can become weak or stretched out leading to a lack of support for the uterus. When the muscles become weak, the uterus may sag or descend from its normal position into the vagina. A uterovaginal prolapse is classified by its stage. A complete prolapse means part of the uterus has slipped so far that it protrudes from the vaginal opening. The difference with an incomplete uterovaginal prolapse is that the uterus becomes partially displaced into the vagina, but it does not protrude out.

R10.2 PELVIC AND PERINEAL PAIN

The pelvic region of the body is the lowest part of the abdomen between the hip bones. The perineum in women refers to the area between the vagina and anus. Pelvic and perineal pain involves discomfort in either or both areas. Because the pelvic area and perineum are located near various organs, nerves, and muscles, pelvic and perineal pain is very common in women. The pain may come and go or be constant. The quality of the pain may vary based on the cause. The pain may be sharp, burn, or ache. Depending on the cause of the pain, symptoms may worsen when you move or use the bathroom.

R10.30 LOWER ABDOMINAL, INGUINAL, GROIN PAIN

Lower abdominal, inguinal, and groin pain is experienced due to the stretching of ligaments around the womb. As the womb becomes larger to accommodate the baby, the ligaments that hold the uterus in place must stretch. A certain ligament known as the round ligament is the culprit of your pain. This ligament attaches the front portion of the uterus to the groin. Normally, this ligament contracts and relaxes slowly when you sneeze, cough, or make rapid movements. During pregnancy everything speeds up and more weight is applied to the ligament. Due to the enlarging of the uterus during pregnancy, the round ligament is stretched and contracts more quickly, therefore causing pain.

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International Shipping Details

All orders received after 2pm EST will be shipped the following business day by 10am EST

  • Bellefit ships pregnancy girdles and other body shapewear for women internationally using USPS Express Mail International (10-15 business days delivery time estimate).
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  • All shipments will be issued a USPS or FedEx tracking number. Tracking numbers will be emailed when your order is shipped by Bellefit.
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  • Bellefit does not ship on Weekends or on Federal Holidays observed in the USA.
  • Free shipping promotion value cannot be used as credit towards International shipping.
  • Questions? Contact us toll-free at 888-894-2951 or 954-727-1899.
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