Am I the only one whose boobs have shrunk during pregnancy??
I was a small 34B before getting pregnant, just a little too big for A cups but not always filling B, so one of the things that I was looking forward to with pregnanacy is them getting bigger. My mother said she always had small boobs until having children now she is a C/D cup.
However, even though my back size has gone up to 36/38, OH bought me a 38B bra to wear for my last 10 weeks and they were far too big on the cup kept sliding over my boobs and not even chicken fillets managed to fill them up. It fitted well on the back and the straps are all adjusted.
So the conclusion is my cup size has now shrunk further!!!
Mine haven't grown either. With my first they did (Went from a D to an E) but after breastfeeding they went down to a small C so with this one I was looking forward to getting my D's back again but it hasn't happened.
Mine havnt changed dramatically but i am leaking and have been for weeks. Mine also stayed the same size during my first pregnancy until the last week and when he was born.
My backs aching already so im glad im glad im not having to lugg around bigger boobs haha
I seem to have got smaller too (although they look bigger). I think it's something to do with the back size and relative cup size to that. I have 2 sets of M and S bras with the same cup size. I easily fill the one with the smaller back size (although have to have it on the widest setting), but I don't fill the one with the larger back size - it's a bit weird. I was a bit worried I'd be too small to find a nursing bra, but I got some from Asda in their smallest size and I'm too big for them! So much for standard sizing. . .
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