Bra's for breastfeeding

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  1. Rachel1509

    Rachel1509 Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if this should be in here or in feeding & nutrition, because it's clothing isn't it!?
    Anyway..

    Can anyone recommend anywhere to purchase a bra that I can wear when out and about to breastfeed? Are they called Nursing bras?
    If I can avoid it, I don't want to pay a ridiculous amount like what Mothercare charge, because then I'd only be able to get one, and I'd rather get a couple :)
     
  2. NinjaKitty

    NinjaKitty Well-Known Member

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    Look on eBay there's loads. However best one I got was an elomi one. Sorry wasn't cheap £30. But great fit, comfy, supportive and practical. Big range of sizes too.
     
  3. Kbex

    Kbex Well-Known Member

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    M And a do twin packs which aren't that expensive. I got them when they had a money off event too. If too expensive you might find you can manage with a cotton non underwired normal bra. If mine are on the wash I can use these and
    Pull the cup down. Not as easy but manageable.
     
  4. Princess81

    Princess81 Well-Known Member

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    Marks and spencer do good ones x
     
  5. Kbex

    Kbex Well-Known Member

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    I meant m and s rather than m and a!
     
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    I bought a lovely one by Jane called a sleep bra but was like a sports bra and very comfy x
     
  7. hopefulmummy

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    I got Mine from John Lewis. They have good fitters. A good bra is so important. Even if you have to pay 20 quid for one, just think of all the money you're saving on formula! :)
     

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