Maternity Bras - A Bit early I know but OUCH my bunny's hurt :(
This morning, me and my little man and little bump lol are off to the local Mothercare to look at maternity bras as locally this is the only blooming place you can get them without the wire in!
My bras currently are nearly killing me and i can't wear them at all! I am only very small when it comes to boobs, before i fell pregnant i was a AA cup! probably more like an A cup now but believe me, it mkes no difference, they are still as sore as anything, especally around the nipple and the nipple itself! Even my clothes rubbing on it is painful!
Has anyone else chosen to look into maternity bras so soon on? I did with my last son too as I found that they did help to support and stop them hurting slightly better than my normal bras did. I don't mean nursing bras i just mean the really unflattering non-underwired big cup bras that they sell in replacement for the nice lacey underwired bras we would normally wear lol! pregnancy is so flattering!
Hi there. I am about 7 weeks and 2 days and my boobs also hurt like anything I have gone up from a 32DD to a 32E! Last week I went to Debenhams and treated myself to 3 maternity bras in their 'Miriam Stoppard Nurture' range. I really recommend them, they are mostly cotton, nice and soft and some of the designs are pretty funky (I got a cute one in the sale that was white with pink candy stripes!) - in the sale they only cost about £7 each!
i must admit ive always been advised to wear a decent wired bra, and to possibly go for a different size during pregnancy, but ive never bought maternity ones, only feeding ones for after pregnancy, my second lo was the worst i had pains continuosly, but by not wearing a bra or by wearing without wire i was not giving the support they needed. the only difference being is my boobs are a fair bit bigger than yours, maybe wait n see if anyone else has tried them gl x
I am considering buy maternity sleep bras cause that's when mine are really sore. I can wear a normal bra during the day and they are fine but ache whenever I move around in bed or when I'm getting up in the morning.
I wear sports bras in bed and I hunted around M&S and found some lovely soft bras with no underwire to wear during the day. Good price too.
Maternity bra's tend to be overpriced just because they are called 'maternity' bras. Niche market products always are.
I have a mahoovsive chest lol!! Was an H and now a J but regardless of your size I would totally go with royce bras (from bravissimo) they are so comfy if you cant get to a branch then just order online, they do a good maternity range , also Royce have their own website too x
Location: Wednesbury (near birmingham) west midlands
My boobs kill! when my constant hangover feeling isnt there...my boob pain sure is!
Usually my right one more so...feels like little needles in them! have to hold them when i get out bed (and im only a B so its not the weight lol)
I got a sports bra so it was more comfy when i was just 5 weeks...so yeah im defo one of the early ones!
I have been wearing sports bras and they are so helpful......even wear them to bed. I am super sore but get much more support than my regular bra. In 4 pregnancy's I have never bought the maternity bra....they are really no different, just more expensive. Here in the US there is no recommendation to come out of the wire ones....they say if you're comfortable they're fine. Why do they recommend it for you guys???
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