Maternity bras

Discussion in 'Third Trimester' started by BabyBrain, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. BabyBrain

    BabyBrain Well-Known Member

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    Are THE most comfortable bras I have ever worn!!!! However, I seem to have gone up another size. Pre-pregnancy I ranged from a B to a C depending on time of the month, early pregnancy my left boob was a C and my right was a B and now I am a D cup :shock:

    My friend said I could go up to an E or even an F when breast feeding....really?????? Do they honestly get that much bigger? Everyone I know is bigger chested than me so I suppose they never looked that much different altho my friend went up to a JJ.

    Am I destined to look like a photo finish in a balloon race whilst BF? xxxxxxxxx
     
  2. TORino

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    My mat bras aren't comfortable any more, the girls have grown even more and are spilling out of them and they are digging in :(

    When they fit they are acest though!! :D
     
  3. l_maclean

    l_maclean Well-Known Member

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    Everyone's different. I went from a DD to an E early on, but although they are a wee bit tight now, Im trying to hold off till closer to the time, to get re-measured. Some people on here have said they dont change at all.

    xxx
     
  4. jojo_2012

    jojo_2012 Well-Known Member

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    I think they get bigger then back to this size after baby is born.

    I think once you get over a certain size anything not underwired is horrible :( but they are made from very nice material

    I've bought some bra extenders off eBay and won't look back.

    * tapatalking from my bb *
     
  5. So_hopeful81

    So_hopeful81 Well-Known Member

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    Where did you get yours from and were they very expensive??? Xxx
     
  6. TORino

    TORino Well-Known Member

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    I got mine from m&s, can't remember exactly how much. I think they cost me between 25-30 for a pack of 2.

    They aren't very attractive mind... Lol.

    I have one from debenhams too which is ok but really small fitting.

    My best one I got was from the USA on holiday and it's really nice and pretty too. They have specific maternity shops over there in the malls!!
     
  7. BevG

    BevG Well-Known Member

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    i got a couple of nice ones in a 38F for 12 quid in matalan. they were a 2 pack and are quite comfy but as pointed out after a certain size no underwire is a bit of a chore. tho the wire was digging into my bump so had to go without for a while.
     
  8. Hunnie

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    I still haven't got any! Oops lol
     
  9. benjis mum

    benjis mum Well-Known Member

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    My ones from debenhams are a bit tight too. Think I need to be remeasured as they all don't feel too comfy.
     
  10. BabyBrain

    BabyBrain Well-Known Member

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    Mine are from m&s and really soft. They are 25 quid for 2 as Tor said. Am dreading the OH figuring out the front clasp thingy though :roll: xxxxxxx
     
  11. lrb

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    When's the best time to get a mat bra? Mine have cut into me nd been uncomfortable since day 1 pregnancy so I probs should get one now, just nervous about being measured!!!
    My friend went from b cup to dd in pregnancy and she tried to breast feed but can't and her babies 9 weeks and they r still dd!!!
     
  12. BabyBrain

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    I think 6 months they say to stop using underwire so until I could buy the mat bras I just removed the wire from a few old ones xxxxxxxx
     
  13. lrb

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    Oo really:/ I need to remove mine!
     

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