Stop Suffering from Female Weakness, Backache, Stomach Trouble, Constipation, Nervousness, Headache, Rupture (Nov, 1934)

“I know I put my spleen around here somewhere… oh well, it’s a good thing my Natural Body Brace replaces misplaced organs!”

Stop Suffering from Female Weakness, Backache, Stomach Trouble, Constipation, Nervousness, Headache, Rupture

The Natural Body Brace ends sleepless nights, frazzled nerves, pain and strain, etc., which are the result of incorrect posture, misplaced organs, improperly supported abdomen, strained muscles or ligaments, weak back or spine. Straightens, strengthens and supports. Replaces misplaced organs. Comfortable, easy to wear. Over 800,000 satisfied users—men, women!

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  1. Jim D says: January 14, 20102:39 pm

    Misplacing organs is sheer carelessness.

  2. KD5ZS says: January 14, 20103:35 pm

    What no PMS?

  3. r peltier says: January 14, 20104:59 pm

    Apparently this did not catch on.

  4. r peltier says: January 14, 20105:02 pm

    KD5ZS, they hadn’t invented PMS yet, they where still into misplaced organs.

  5. Tim says: January 14, 20105:19 pm

    I printed this out and showed it to my wife–told her this looked like it was made for her.

    I now have a misplaced organ.

  6. KD5ZS says: January 14, 20105:23 pm

    And they weren’t hammond or pipe organs either…..too early for Bionic organs…

  7. Charlene says: January 14, 20108:04 pm

    This device is meant to treat chronic uterine prolapse, something not often seen these days.

    Basically, any pre-1960s ad relating to feminine problems will always be couched in euphemistic terms.

  8. mike says: January 14, 20108:44 pm

    It is for men and women. “Over 800,000 satisfied users—men, women!”

  9. Firebrand38 says: January 14, 201010:00 pm

    Charlene: Apparently the company was around for a long time here is an ad from 1899.

  10. KD5ZS says: January 15, 20102:43 pm

    This sounds like a device similar to a truss which was used to hold a hernia in place, hence rupture. Surgery was far more risky in those days, due to a lack of antibiotics and other medical technology. I’m sure many folks would rather wear a device in those days.

    Any surgeon will tell you a truss isn’t worth a damn. I opted for the operation.

  11. Nomen Nescio says: January 15, 20104:35 pm

    Any surgeon will tell you a truss isn’t worth a damn.

    i don’t really doubt that they’re right, but OTOH they would say that, now wouldn’t they?

  12. KD5ZS says: January 16, 20105:16 pm

    I was glad to have the operations done as I felt that I was falling apart prior to the operations.

  13. Mes says: January 20, 20104:46 am

    @Charlene: This device was NOT designed to treat uterine prolapse.

    It’s definitely in the same vein as you are looking for, but not that one.

  14. Ghani Thapa says: May 5, 20101:29 pm

    I am a 64 year old house wife,I got my backache while I was cleaning dishes on the sink, It has been there for two week, I am wearing a supporting belt, the pain has not been cleared, filling tired on that part, can’t bent properly. please advice what shall I do ? Your advice will be much appreciated . Thank you very much.

  15. Toronto says: May 5, 20103:23 pm

    Ghani – see a doctor. You’ve wandered into a web site dealing with old magazine stories.

    (And for what it’s worth, a 1cm thick rubber mat in front of the sink can help sometimes.)

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