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Welcome to! Pregnancy is the most amazing experience a woman can go through, however, it comes with a few downsides. Our aim is to help you enjoy your pregnancy, and ease all the pains and struggles during your special moment. Here, we also strive to bring you information and reviews on the best pregnancy pillow available in the market today. Our goal is to be your go-to source of information while your expecting, so you can truly enjoy the journey.



Pregnancy is an amazing part of a woman’s life, but can sometimes be an uncomfortable one, especially during the night. A growing belly, expanding hips, and added stress on the muscles and bones can make sleep difficult and elusive.

A maternity pillow can help to alleviate this discomfort and help you achieve that good night’s sleep your body so desperately needs. Below are our top picks of the best pregnancy pillows, based on our own personal experience, and also from feedback and reviews that we have gathered from all the expecting mothers all over the world!

Leacho Snoogle Total Body PillowU-shapeMashine washable, comfortable, full supportCheck Price
Bluestone Full Body Maternity PillowU-shapeHead to toe supportCheck Price
PharMeDoc Full Body Pregnancy PillowC-shapemedium size, firm supportCheck price
Queen Rose U Shaped Pregnancy Body PillowU-shapePremium filling materialCheck price
Restorology Full 60-Inch Body Pregnancy PillowU-shapeFollows the contour of your bodyCheck price
ComfySureFull Body Pregnancy PillowU-shapehypoallergenic and extra sizedCheck price
Meiz Body Pregnancy Maternity PillowU-shapemultifunctionalCheck price
Cozy Bump Pregnancy PillowBed-shapecan rest on your stomach, inflatableCheck Price
Boppy Slipcovered Pregnancy Body PillowC-shapeunique contoured, 100% cottonCheck price
Naomi Home Cozy Body PillowU-shapeextra-sizedCheck price

What is a Pregnancy Pillow?

For years, women have known the benefits of placing pillows strategically around them during the later months of pregnancy to help alleviate the aches and pains brought on by a changing body. It is only recently that entrepreneurs have seen this need and developed products to meet that need. A pregnancy, or maternity, pillow is shaped to accommodate the new curves of pregnancy and to provide support as certain sleeping positions become a necessity. They are often much longer then a normal pillow so that they provide relief to the entire body at once and are easier to position. For instance, in the late months of pregnancy, stomach and back sleeping become impossible, and a pregnancy pillow helps provide support for a sleeping position that may feel unfamiliar to a pregnant mother who is used to sleeping on her stomach or back. Often, these pillows can be used beyond pregnancy to assist in establishing a good breastfeeding relationship, helping to position baby correctly as they learn to latch and nurse properly.

Typically, a mother begins using a pregnancy pillow when the changes to her body begin to be more noticeable and more apt to interfere in her ability to sleep comfortably, but they can be used prior to this and long after. Many mothers report loving their pregnancy body pillows so much that they continue using them long after their pregnancy is over.

Why Do You Need A Pregnancy Pillow?

Back pain during pregnancy is incredibly common, and research has shown that it can be exacerbated by rolling in bed and sleeping incorrectly during pregnancy.It is recommend sleeping on your left side, supported by a good maternity pillow.

Pregnancy is also a prime time for women to develop sciatica, which can cause intense pain or numbness in the hips, legs, and lower back. A pregnancy pillow can help alleviate this issue and provide some relief during the nighttime hours when pain may be more noticeable and distracting.

Some argue that if you need support during your sleep in pregnancy, why not simply use regular pillows? Why do you need a specialty pillow at all? The problem with using regular sleeping pillows during pregnancy is that they are designed to support the neck and head during sleep, rather than the pregnant belly, back, and hips. A maternity pillow is designed with the pregnant body in mind and is better suited to fit those needs. It is countered to fit against your body and to provide support strategically. Also, because the larger pillows are one piece, if you need support in multiple places, you are less likely to need to readjust the pillow the way you would normal sleeping pillows. In addition, the expense of buying five or six regular pillows far outstretches the expense of a single pregnancy pillow.

How to choose the best pregnancy pillow?

Below are the different elements of a pregnancy pillow that you need to pay attention to. In choosing your perfect maternity pillow, pay close attention the following:

Material – Ensure that the filling of the pillow is abundant and firm. The worst thing that can happen with pregnancy pillow stuffing is that it separates and creates empty spots in the pillow that don’t provide the necessary support. One good idea is to find a pregnancy pillow made of memory foam. It will form to the shape of your body and doesn’t lose its shape over time.

Shape – The right shape is different for every woman, body style, and sleep position, but the general rule of thumb, especially for contour or full-body pillows, is that it should follow the natural curves of the pregnant body. There should be a definite place for the belly and the legs. This is one thing that separates maternity pillows from standard full-body pillows, and one of the best reasons to search out a good pregnancy pillow.

Fabric – Any pregnant woman will tell you that the late days of pregnancy, whether they take place in the heat of summer or the dead of winter, are hot. The added circulation, extra weight, and the energy needed to sustain the tiny life growing in you all combine, resulting in what feels like a furnace going inside the pregnant body. A pregnancy pillow should be made of fabric that breathes and that helps pull heat away from the body. Cotton is the standard fabric for this sort of thing, as it helps the body maintain a good temperature and doesn’t hold heat as much as synthetic fabrics tend to do. It is good to stay away from textured fabrics and synthetics, which may trap heat and moisture against the body, making for an uncomfortable night’s sleep.

Types of Pregnancy Pillows

There are three main types of pregnancy pillows, and each meets a different set of needs during pregnancy. Choose which works best for you by assessing your level of discomfort and where that discomfort is coming from. A woman who is having pelvic pain or sciatica will not need the same type of pillow that a woman with chronic back pain might use. Each pillow is different as each pregnancy is different.


The wedge body pillow is the smallest of the pillows on the market, and is designed to support only the belly. This type of pillow is ideal for mothers who sleep on their sides and do not find that they are experiencing much hip or back pain, but still desire the extra belly support during the night. This type of pillow is compact, and has the advantage of travelling easily, and will not take up much room in your bed.


This type is reminiscent of a standard full-body pillow, but instead of being a rectangle, it is shaped like the letter “C”, curving to follow the line of the pregnant body. It is meant to be tucked under the head, belly, and in between the legs to help maintain an open pelvis and good belly support throughout the night. It can also be used in the inverse, wrapping between the legs, up the back to support the vertebrae, and then placed under the head. This type is good for a woman who is finding that she needs some support, but doesn’t have a problem rolling onto her back at night, and is experiencing pelvic or back pain, but not both. This type supports only one side of the body at a time, so if you are finding yourself in need of relief from pain in more than one area, it may be best to move on to a U-Shape pillow.


This final type is the ultimate in pregnancy luxury. It surrounds the pregnant mother, supporting her belly, legs, hips, head, and back, and helping her to maintain the side-lying position that is so important in late pregnancy. This pillow is especially good if you are prone to rolling onto your back. Your partner may be grateful that they do not have to roll you back over to your side with this pillow! This is a good choice for mothers who are having large amounts of both pelvic and back pain, but be aware that these pillows are quite large. Take into account the amount of space you have available in your bed before investing.

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