My breasts are so sore now(not even going to mention how big they are now ). And I've bought maternity bras, I've tried everything and nothing helps, I end up NOT wearing a bra which USED TO be a relief but now they have gotten so heavy that even that doesn't help anymore.
I never used to not wear bras before, I love my bras - or used to when they fitted me!
So I'm desperate as to what to do, is not wearing a bra a bad thing? just feels like it pulls my breasts down cus they're so heavy now and I dont' want that, but wearing a bra hurts, hurts my nippels, feels tight on my chest when I eat and it just feels uncomfortable overall!!
Anyone else having problems with their boobs? Argh!
I spent a fortune on sports bras (propper Nike ones) at the start of my pregnancy(8weeks) when my boobies were turning into BOOBS cus I thought they would be the right/comfy thing to wear - must have used them for about 2 weeks and BOOBS just kept growing bigger and bigger and bigger.
The idea of shirts with built in bras sounds good to me, I might go and try a couple on before I buy them to see how they feel on. I sometimes just wear tight vests and they hold my boobs up lol and are not too umcomfy but I can only wear them around the house - couldnt go out without wearing a bra now!!
RandaBear, omg I'm so going to the shops tomorrow to try them then, cus at the moment I'm wake up EVERYTIME I move!! Mostly because my boobs are so sore and I always try to put a pillow underneath them to support them, especially if I'm spleeping on my side! I've got such a sore neck from not finding any comfy position to sleep in!!
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