21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Has anyone used maternity pillow? Is it really worth buying?

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Answer: I'm using a c shaped maternity pillow from my 4th month.. it's a savior for my back pain when u start sleeping on ur side. Worth the buy...
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    Monal Shah822 days ago

    Thanks

Answer: Yes, it's totally worth buying it. I bought coozly pregnancy pillow and it really helped in third trimester.
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    Monal Shah821 days ago

    Thank you

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