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Pregnant Women Are Calling This Trick The 'Best Feeling Ever'

Pregnant Women Are Calling This Trick The 'Best Feeling Ever'

People can't stop commenting on the TikTok.

A TikTok video that shows a man holding his partner's baby bump has gone viral online.

The clip was uploaded by TikToker @mamaruppert - and pregnant women are calling the trick the 'best feeling ever'.

You can watch the video below:

Followers can't stop commenting on the clip, with one person writing: "Now I’m running home and making my hubby hold his son! It’s his turn I been doing this 7 months."

While another said: "THE BEST FEELING EVER!"

And a third added: "The relief she feels is everything."

Meanwhile a fourth wrote: "My husband would carry my belly upstairs for me. it was the most thoughtful thing he could have ever thought to do."

And a fifth joked: "Now if you can just keep holding it like that for the next 12 weeks or so, that would be great."

Woman are calling it the 'best feeling ever' (

And a sixth wrote: "My man does this for me sometimes and it honestly really does feel amazing. kind of makes me feel like myself again."

Meanwhile another joked: "What if you’re not pregnant? Is it still recommended? This looks amazing!!"

So is it safe to lift your bump?

Speaking to In The Know, reproductive endocrinologist Lora Shahine explained: “As the baby grows, especially into the third trimester, weight increases and hormones cause ligaments to loosen.

“Gently lifting the pregnant belly up can relieve the downward strain of the weight on the lower back and pelvis.”

Women are describing it as a huge relief (

Earlier this week, we told you about the pregnant woman who managed to catch her baby bump 'dropping' on camera.

TikToker @nabby.nabs uploaded the video onto her profile, and followers can't believe the incredible clip.

"Can NOT believe I caught this," she said.

And other followers were totally blown away by the video, which revealed how the mum's bump appeared at 38 weeks and three days, as well as 48 hours after dropping.

You can read more and watch the video here.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Life, Parenting