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maternity tens machine rental for 6 weeks £28 @ Lloyds pharmacy
maternity tens machine rental for 6 weeks £28 @ Lloyds pharmacy

maternity tens machine rental for 6 weeks £28 @ Lloyds pharmacy

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Thanks to blkwhte for the original nappy post. This seems like a really good offer!! Ordered one so fingers crossed!!!

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Sounds like a good deal, head added I hope it works for you, x

these are horrendous

Do these actually help when you're in labour? it seems like a waste of money

didn't work for me, but it was definitly a distraction during the early stages of labour.
great deal, though.

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Lola2015

Do these actually help when you're in labour? it seems like a waste of … Do these actually help when you're in labour? it seems like a waste of money



I have no idea but in 6weeks I will def be able to give u an idea lol

I boight mine from Argos for this price. Think it's £29 now. My sister in law borrowed it and said it really helped her in the early stages. I had an emergency section so didn't end up using it but she highly recommends it. Good luck.

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I have no idea but in 6weeks I will def be able to give u an idea lol



​I've had 2 babies & don't see how this would have made any difference. Hopefully it does something for you.

I was sceptical but I found it really helped me, would definitely recommend it. good luck x

My other half used one of these in early stages of labour and it 'kind of' helped her. We bought ours from Amazon for £30 and sold it for £20. I think they are still a similar price on Amazon brand new.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…334

I borrowed mine for free from the hospital. I collected it and was given a demo on how to use it 6 weeks before my due date.

Didnt use it though so cant tell you if it worked or not!

I found mine really really helpful, didn't use for my first baby, but did for second and third and helped with pain management no end. Yes it still hurts after all you are pushing a human out of your body but it helps especially in the early stages. The main problem I found was I'm rather partial to the gas and air in labour and would get so woozy id get confused about the buttons on the tens :-P

I used a TENs machine for both my labours and it really helped, especially with my first, who was back to back. It gives you something to focus on and it cancels out the contraction pains. The boost button is handy! They're not for everyone but worth a go!
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