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TensCare MamaTENS Digital Maternity Machine for Pain Relief During Labour £59.99 down to £34.99 @ Amazon

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Anyone about to go into labour and thinking about getting one of these pain relief machines for labour should get it now. Hiring costs £32.99 from Boots for 4-6 weeks. Price unlikely to go as lo…
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Anyone about to go into labour and thinking about getting one of these pain relief machines for labour should get it now.

Hiring costs £32.99 from Boots for 4-6 weeks.

Price unlikely to go as low as a year or two ago:
http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/TensCare-MamaTENS-Digital-Maternity-Machine/product/B000QG79DO
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#1
You can hire a better tens machine (more features) for £20 for 7 weeks,good deal if you want to buy one though.
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#3
fantastic machine.well worth the money
#4
imo these are more like a good distraction at beginning of labour, something to tinker with.
then get some industrial pain relief!! :-D
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stuuuuuuu
You can hire a better tens machine (more features) for £20 for 7 weeks,good deal if you want to buy one though.

Where from please? We're going to need one very soon!
#6
Is this for the husband or wife?
#7
£20 here for 6 weeks http://www.babytens.net/

Worth reading here http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/childbirth/a954405-tens-MamaTens-or-ElleTens-Or-another

This is half the price the manufacturers would charge you. If money isn't an issue, and it usually is when a new baby is due, it would be best to buy a machine over hiring it. You never know when you might need it next, and you might find it useful for other aches and pains.
#8
Remember: Fear of pain actually worsens the pain felt.

Try to keep relaxed. My wife was so chilled that the NHS nurses and midwives didn't even believe she was in labor and felt that she had many hours left before even needing to deliver (it was far far quicker than that). She still felt a fair bit of pain mind you, particularly during the delivery, so I'm not saying you'll be pain free but the early stages of labor were well within manageable levels without needing pain relief.

Edited By: jsty3105 on Jan 06, 2015 12:29
#9
My wife brought a maternity tennes machine when we was expecting our first child, once the pain got to much and we took her in she was 9cm and annoyed she missed out on a water birth.
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Is there anything available, for pain during conservative?oO
#11
I have used this in all 3 of my labours, this is a great price, I really recommend it, great for postnatal back ache etc too. HOT HOT HOT
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jsty3105
Remember: Fear of pain actually worsens the pain felt.

Try to keep relaxed. My wife was so chilled that the NHS nurses and midwives didn't even believe she was in labor and felt that she had many hours left before even needing to deliver (it was far far quicker than that). She still felt a fair bit of pain mind you, particularly during the delivery, so I'm not saying you'll be pain free but the early stages of labor were well within manageable levels without needing pain relief.

hmm, try 27 hours of pain, the memory never leaves you oO
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jsty3105
Remember: Fear of pain actually worsens the pain felt.

Try to keep relaxed. My wife was so chilled that the NHS nurses and midwives didn't even believe she was in labor and felt that she had many hours left before even needing to deliver (it was far far quicker than that). She still felt a fair bit of pain mind you, particularly during the delivery, so I'm not saying you'll be pain free but the early stages of labor were well within manageable levels without needing pain relief.
hmm, try 27 hours of pain, the memory never leaves you oO
;(

Well, this book is not for everyone but it certainly helped me and my wife. Also helped my sister who had a relatively painless childbirth for her second child - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Supernatural-Childbirth-Experiencing-Concerning-Conception/dp/0892747560
#14
These keep their prices well for re-selling on ebay. Works out cheaper to buy then sell again than to hire. Did this twice !

This and Gas/Air did the trick without needing any other pain relief. Not saying it didn't hurt though !
#15
Waste of money. Get a free epidural
#16
They're great for back pain too. I lost my old one but found virtually the same model as above in Asda for £40 if you don't want to order online.
#17
I always found exercise and massage and healthy diet works best for anything.
#18
bettyboo3
imo these are more like a good distraction at beginning of labour, something to tinker with.
then get some industrial pain relief!! :-D
thank goodness for epidurals!!!
#19
Had one the same which really helped me alot during labour. Did the trick and is sort of distracted the pain. Had no other pain relief although when l asked for one it was too late:-)
Would recommend it though

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