Theraline Pregnancy Pillow Review


One of the things that I have struggled with the most this pregnancy is getting comfortable enough to sleep, having hyperemesis gravidarum means there is literally no time when you don’t feel sick or want to be sick. Meaning tossing and turning at night doesn’t help, it just makes you feel even more sick. When I was pregnant with Emily we purchased a pregnancy pillow, and it was the most uncomfortable thing. The stuffing in the middle broke apart, leaving an uncomfortable gap. The other annoying thing is, you couldn’t remove the cover to wash it, cue vile baby sick smells that lead to the pillow being thrown in the bin a little while after Emily was born. A waste of money in my opinion.


When Theraline reached out to see if I wanted to review the Original pregnancy and baby feeding pillow, I was a little bit sceptical as to if I would find it useful, but I couldn’t bare the sleepless nights any longer so I said yes. Theraline’s original pregnancy and baby feeding pillow is malleable and very comfortable. The micro bead filling conforms to the shape of your body during pregnancy, adjusting as your bump grows and your body changes. It offers good back support when sitting and really helps with pelvic pain. It can be used for a variety of things, such as support when sleeping, as a back brace or a prop for swollen feet. The pillow is also great posts birth, as it is long enough to support arms, back and baby during feeds.


When the pillow arrived, I was pleasantly surprised, I love that the pillow comes with a removable cover, meaning you can buy a spare, and wash it as often as needs be. You can remove the cover by simply unzipping it. There are plenty of prints, and colours to choose from – over 40 to be precise. Our pillow cover print is called Summer bloom and I love it. The pillow is made up of a micro bead filling and I was expecting it to be quite heavy, however it was light, and easy to maneuver despite its size, meaning it is easy to change sleeping positions during the night. It will also remain stable once it is positioned how you like it.


Both Emily, and Sam have stolen the pillow on many occasions. I often find Emily propped up in our bed, with the pillow in a ‘U’ Shape so she can sit comfortably and watch her iPad. Sam has said he wouldn’t mind one of his own pillows as the pillow just moulds itself around your body meaning you can get comfortable straight away.

The Original Theraline Maternity and feeding pillow costs £44.95, and can be purchased directly from the Theraline website, or from retailers such as John Lewis. While it is a little more pricey than a few of the other pillows I have looked at, I would happily pay that just because It is so comfortable, and the quality is so much better than other pillows on the market. In my opinion the maternity pillow is worth every penny, I would and have recommended it to friends who are expecting around the same time as me. I think if you used the pillow from early on in pregnancy, and while feeding when baby is born you will get your money’s worth.

- I was sent the product for the purpose of this post, however all opinions are my own.

6 comments

  1. Great review! The Theraline pillow sounds fab and I wish I had invested in a decent one like this, when I was pregnant with Sophie x

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  2. Sounds like a very useful pillow and it's great everybody in the family found good use for it already. Its proce is very reasonable as well.

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  3. can't believe the previous brand didn't have a removable cover to make washing easier - this sounds like a much better option!

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  4. I love the print on this one. I had one of these pillows and I loved it x

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  5. I love the pattern on it. So pretty. I loved my pillow when I had one and it was great that the kids could use it as other things too.

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  6. I am unable to read articles online very often, but I’m glad I did today. This is very well written and your points are well-expressed. Please, don’t ever stop writing. pregnancy body pillow

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