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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 03:25 AM   1
wilbrabeany
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do bras go up to Z


So pre pregnancy i was a 36dd, not small but hey, 2 months in i had to buy some new bras 36 e up one size i suppose thats to be expected. Well i've been busting out of my e's for a month now so i ordered the next cup size up thought that would be logical I cant even get my boobies into an F!!!! had to send them back. So i'm off shopping this morning to get a new hammock, i'm going to have to get underwired coz i need the support. Is anyone else still in underwired bras, is it ok?



 
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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 03:58 AM   2
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I stopped my underwired bras quite early on. It took ages for me to find non underwired that still had support. I finally found some in M&S and I live in them. They're sooo comfortable.

P.S. Not sure if they do them in a size Z though!!!!!



 
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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 04:11 AM   3
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Size Z! Now I'm totally jealous..... my little 'mole hills' have pobably increased on cup size, B to C...... but stopped again. If they don't pick up the pace soon, my poor bub is gonna starve!

I still wear underwired, not a problem for me as long as i'm in the right size bra, but I don't wear it at night so they can 'roam free' then.

Any boobage donations are very welcome here!!!

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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 04:28 AM   4
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I am still in underwired and am about to go up to a J cup

I am now starting to find the really uncomfortable and have ruined them all by cutting holes in them for my nipples (I have a major nipple problem going on.....in fact have major boob problems full stop but could write an essay so will shut up now!!!!!! )



 
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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 04:41 AM   5
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I stopped my underwired bras quite early on. It took ages for me to find non underwired that still had support. I finally found some in M&S and I live in them. They're sooo comfortable.

P.S. Not sure if they do them in a size Z though!!!!!
I lived in M&S non wired ones. I had to get a 36 J and they really do give you the support of an underwired one.

The boob problem is crazy when your pregnant so your not alone.

Go to M&S and ask for a fitting the women are really nice and helpful and will give you the best ones for you.



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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 05:31 AM   6
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I'm still in underwire. I wouldn't be able to find something supportive enough without it. I too am quickly approaching size Z - it's terrible. I really didn't think they could get that much bigger.



 
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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 05:49 AM   7
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I still wear underwired, as although my boobies have increased (from B/C to a D! yaay!), they're still not big or fim enough not to need that extra oomph, if you know what I mean! lol Good luck with the bra shopping hun, hope you find some that you like.
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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 05:50 AM   8
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Just wanted to pop in and say that underwire is not recommended during pregnancy if you are planning on breastfeeding as it can interfere with milk production.

Hope you manage to find something comfortable but supportive to wear x



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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 06:14 AM   9
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I'm still in underwired, soft cups are crap! My sis wore them throughout her pregnancy with no problems at all. It's only once your milk comes in that the wire can cause mastitis.



 
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Old Jul 19th, 2008, 06:23 AM   10
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Can you believe this they only had 2 in my size 38g could have cried!!! they very pretty and i'm sure hubby will be please but i just wanted plain jane t shirt bras..arggghhhh the search goes on!!!



 
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