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Old Nov 15th, 2017, 12:49 PM   11
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I have fairly big boobs at a D, but they've just doubled but other than that I haven't really gained weight anywhere else other than my bump! I feel so out of proportion!
I totally get that lol, i was bump with my DD and only 5'2 so felt a bit weird shooting up over two sizes



 
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Old Nov 15th, 2017, 12:53 PM   12
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If you currently have nice, well fitting maternity bras I'd wait til your milk comes in. I have big boobs anyway but they were on a whole other level when the milk came in!
Thanks, I was thinking this might happen so have avoided buying any for now just in case lol. I've just bought some plain non-wired ones for now. Quite frumpy but a lot more comfortable x



 
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Old Nov 15th, 2017, 13:26 PM   13
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I've bought the stretchy non wired bra tops for now, not particularly sexy but comfy and you can easily go up or down a cup size without changing bra. Will get nursing bras when baby comes x
I've just bought some non-wired ones for now, a lot more comfortable than the wired ones I normally wear. I know what you mean, not best thing but comfort over style anyday of the week now. That's a good idea for the bra tops, can I ask where you bought yours from? x
Have got a few, 2 from Asda and one from M and S. not great for shaping them but def comfy, last time around I bought some nice maternity/nursing Ones but grew out of them in a couple of months so was a waste!



 
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Old Nov 15th, 2017, 14:21 PM   14
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I've bought the stretchy non wired bra tops for now, not particularly sexy but comfy and you can easily go up or down a cup size without changing bra. Will get nursing bras when baby comes x
I've just bought some non-wired ones for now, a lot more comfortable than the wired ones I normally wear. I know what you mean, not best thing but comfort over style anyday of the week now. That's a good idea for the bra tops, can I ask where you bought yours from? x
Have got a few, 2 from Asda and one from M and S. not great for shaping them but def comfy, last time around I bought some nice maternity/nursing Ones but grew out of them in a couple of months so was a waste!
Heading to Asda next week, will have a look when I'm there. Thanks



 
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Old Nov 18th, 2017, 06:58 AM   15
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My boobies shot up almost two cup sizes by end of first tri . So I bought, from M&S, a twin pack of nursing bras (35 ish I think lol ) . I'll buy a bigger size at end of pregnancy for those first 6 weeks where your milk is on full production . I've always gone back Down a cup size after the first 4-6 weeks when milk production and feeding has settled a little .



 
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Old Nov 19th, 2017, 04:45 AM   16
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My boobies shot up almost two cup sizes by end of first tri . So I bought, from M&S, a twin pack of nursing bras (35 ish I think lol ) . I'll buy a bigger size at end of pregnancy for those first 6 weeks where your milk is on full production . I've always gone back Down a cup size after the first 4-6 weeks when milk production and feeding has settled a little .
Thanks seems it depends on the person, will have a look around the shops so I at least know we're to buy from when I decided to get them x



 
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Old Nov 19th, 2017, 07:16 AM   17
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My boobies shot up almost two cup sizes by end of first tri . So I bought, from M&S, a twin pack of nursing bras (35 ish I think lol ) . I'll buy a bigger size at end of pregnancy for those first 6 weeks where your milk is on full production . I've always gone back Down a cup size after the first 4-6 weeks when milk production and feeding has settled a little .
Thanks seems it depends on the person, will have a look around the shops so I at least know we're to buy from when I decided to get them x
When you know your size check out ebay . Lots of deals to be had . Half my bras are new , half pre loved on ebay . I just wash them in a hot wash with an antibacterial soap .



 
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My boobies shot up almost two cup sizes by end of first tri . So I bought, from M&S, a twin pack of nursing bras (35 ish I think lol ) . I'll buy a bigger size at end of pregnancy for those first 6 weeks where your milk is on full production . I've always gone back Down a cup size after the first 4-6 weeks when milk production and feeding has settled a little .
Thanks seems it depends on the person, will have a look around the shops so I at least know we're to buy from when I decided to get them x
When you know your size check out ebay . Lots of deals to be had . Half my bras are new , half pre loved on ebay . I just wash them in a hot wash with an antibacterial soap .
Never would have thought of that. Thanks for the tip



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2017, 05:06 AM   19
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I got mine at 37/38 weeks last time and if you go to a decent place to they will accommodate that extra bit of growth! They are not cheap but if you are bigger than a D cup I really recommend Bravissimo, they were fab and the nursing bras I got were super comfy and actually looked nice and supportive too. And I was in an FF cup so that's saying something! I think I went from a D to FF first time!



 
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Old Nov 23rd, 2017, 13:34 PM   20
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I got mine at 37/38 weeks last time and if you go to a decent place to they will accommodate that extra bit of growth! They are not cheap but if you are bigger than a D cup I really recommend Bravissimo, they were fab and the nursing bras I got were super comfy and actually looked nice and supportive too. And I was in an FF cup so that's saying something! I think I went from a D to FF first time!
I'm only a b at the minute but have no idea what I'll be when my milk comes in, if they go up a couple of sizes, I'll definitely check it out, thanks was hoping to get some nice ones. I was like with my first pregnancy, went from a b to a DD! Went down a few weeks after my lo was born though



 
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