The Tummy Shield dramatically boosts the safety of your current vehicle restraint system so you and your unborn child are protected.”
Did you know…?
Thousands of pregnancies are lost every year due to car accidents. And it doesn’t have to be a serious crash.
Even a sudden stop or minor fender bender can result in significant damage inside your womb. Enough to cause your unborn baby a traumatic brain injury…severe spinal injury…or even death!
Why is it important to increase the safety of your current vehicle restraint system?
The seat belt was designed to grab onto or engage the hip bones and secure the occupant in the seat. For the expecting mother, before to the end of her first trimester, this isn’t a big deal. Baby is still pretty well protected down inside your pelvis. But toward the start of the second trimester, baby starts moving up, above and in front of your hip bones. So, when you’re driving or riding while in your second and third trimesters, the “lap” part of the seat belt is held out in front of your hip bones. If suddenly engaged—like in a car crash—the belt will compress with extreme speed and force right through the tummy area to your pelvic bones, violently displacing your baby. By that time, the damage is done and CANNOT BE REVERSED!
What our reviewer thought…
We gave the product to a pregnant woman at the end of her first trimester. She’s been using the Tummy shield for several weeks and she says, she loves it! It fit easily into her car seat and it was comfortable. She even takes it with her when she is going into someone else’s car.
As an author of the book, “The Complete Herbal Guide: A Natural Approach to Healing the Body – Heal Your Body Naturally and Maintain Optimal Health Using Alternative Medicine, Herbals, Vitamins, Fruits and Vegetables I found the Tummy Shield to be very beneficial.”
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