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Discussion in 'First Trimester' started by Sophie_P, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. Sophie_P

    Sophie_P Well-Known Member

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    Need help girls,
    Can't fit in my 36DD bra much longer, i'm popping out! And it's not very comfortable either. Have you got any suggestions on a comfortable bra, i.e type and where you purchased.
    Thanks :)
     
  2. MrsLG

    MrsLG Well-Known Member

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    Hi Sophie, I bought a 32E sports bra from tesco for about £6 about a week ago cause I was busting out of all mine, :[email protected] was cheap and cheerful with no wires to dig in and is pretty supportive - we are probably only going to get bigger so didn't want to spend a fortune - hope this helps, :) x
     
  3. Sophie_P

    Sophie_P Well-Known Member

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    Thanks :) I was just wondering if a normal sports bra was still as good. Xx
     
  4. Holly1991

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    I got maternity ones from mothercare, so comfy :):) & were reduced yay x
     
  5. Milly76

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    My boobies are only little...34B....so cannot wait for have bigguns for a change.:) . Already they are swelling.....yay. Will be watching this thread for good bra ideas. :). Would like them still to be attractive and pretty tho.

    Xxx
     
  6. Sophie_P

    Sophie_P Well-Known Member

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    I want cheap lol! Can see me changing bra size every week xx
     
  7. Holly1991

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    Well my ones were two in a pack black and white with bows, & was £12 for two :) you should check them out occasionally.
    One of them was £14 for a pack of two then get a pack free the other day! :)
    TKMAXX may do cheap sports bras too. I live in that shop :) x
     
  8. mrs_b_x

    mrs_b_x Well-Known Member

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    If you want super cheap then primark do some without any wire which are halfway between a sports and normal bra! I'm in the same boat as you Soph, I got a smaller bra - 36dd, having lost a stone at slimming world and it already doesn't fit! Luckily I kept my old ones 36e! I don't think I can deal with them getting much bigger! I'm only size 12 at the mo! Lol xxx
     
  9. Milly76

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    A friend of mine was got all hers in Primark - she needed new ones every few weeks!!

    I was at dinner with 2 mates last night - 1 gave bith 9 weeks ago, and the other is 13-14 weeks PG - lots of baby talk, and I loved having a special secret in my belly!! :)

    xxx
     
  10. Sophie_P

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    Going to Mothercare tomorrow, seeing if there any offers on ;-)
     
  11. rainbow.nicola

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    Thank you for this post, I ordered a two pack for £14 from Mothercare just there. :)
     
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    That sounds like a bit of a bargain in Morhercare! My boobies are just sure at the moment, I haven't actually notice an increase in size yet. I guess I have that to look forward to! Xxx
     
  13. Clarebear123

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    Hello all. I am relieved to see other people with growing boobies. I have gone from a 32dd to a 32ff. I freaked out to begin with, but seem to be coming to terms with it now. I am still wearing under wired bras, when should I go to a maternity bra? My 12 week scan is tomorrow morning. Yikes!
     
  14. Sophie_P

    Sophie_P Well-Known Member

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    I would buy some now :)
     
  15. Samsgirl

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    make sure you all move onto wireless bras now ladies..xx
     
  16. Clarebear123

    Clarebear123 Active Member

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    Really? This is my first baby, and not sure i can bear wearing ugly bras for the next 6 months! Guess I just need to get used to it. Lol
     
  17. Lilmisshopeful

    Lilmisshopeful Well-Known Member

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    I like pretty bras :( x
     
  18. Sophie_P

    Sophie_P Well-Known Member

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    Yeah hun i'm only 4+6 and grown out of my normal bra. I'm just going with what will be more comfy xx
     
  19. Samsgirl

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    you can get pretty wireless ones too.......i am just trying to remember the website now...i will see if i can find it.

    if you wear wires, it can damage your milk ducts..(or something like that)...plus...wireless are so much mroe comfy :) he he xx
     
  20. Clarebear123

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    Thanks all. Think I will pop to Tescos for some of those sports bras tomorrow after the scan x
     

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