I've had to buy maternity bra's already

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by JayleighAnn, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. JayleighAnn

    JayleighAnn Guest

    My boobs are getting a lot bigger and sore already, so I've bought some non-underwired maternity bras for night-time/days when my boobs are really sore.

    They were only £20 for 2 from M&S (that's cheaper than my normal bra's lol) No where else did my size :(
     
  2. moomin_troll

    moomin_troll mummy to zane and corey

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    mothercare online do better sizes then the shops
     
  3. DevotedMommy

    DevotedMommy Mother of 1, 1st Tri w/#2

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    Don't feel bad! I am going shopping this weekend. Despite the fact that I have actually lost a couple of pounds since I've been pregnant, I can't button my pants and that is a real problem!!! I will probably buy some good maternity bras and underwear too. And I will be on the lookout for some shirts that don't look too maternity-ish so I could use them now and later.
     
  4. JayleighAnn

    JayleighAnn Guest

    moomin- still don't do my size lol

    Decoted- Glad I'm not the only one lol
     
  5. Jkelmum

    Jkelmum Well-Known Member

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    I am a 40 ff and my bra,s are too small going to mothercare to get measured and new bra,s tomorrow
     
  6. ClaireyF

    ClaireyF Joshua & Bump to be!

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    i hadnt thought about maternity bras yet but i will try Marks & Spencers. i have already got some maternity tops mainly coz i feel so bloated right now. as for trousers, i have no idea wher to get them from yet as i got really long legs so i have ended up buying a pair of 'work' trousers a size bigger so they might last me a few more months. x
     
  7. moomin_troll

    moomin_troll mummy to zane and corey

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    mothercare r crap i went into get messured and she said i was a 36b-c ive not been a c since i was 13 lol i was actually a 36 e the daft cow lol
     
  8. Angel2Fire

    Angel2Fire Well-Known Member

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    I had to have new bra's at 6 weeks, I got measured and I'd gone up both a bra size and a cup size!!

    I bought some comfy sports bras from primark, then found a pink maternity bra in the baby section of toys r us!!
    I also have a few from H&M in the maternity section, they're only £10 :)
     
  9. bethyb

    bethyb Expecting our third!!!

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    I got a few support bras too from asda. bargain at £4 :)
     
  10. Faerie

    Faerie Proud Mummy

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    I had to buy new bras around 6 weeks, I've gone up a cup size (well cup and a half in one boob, mine are different damn it) and this last week I've also been putting it on the 4th hook.
    I bought mine in M&S and they're sooo comfy. I've had bad experience buying online before, but figleaves has a great selection with a wide price range.
     
  11. dannydustcart

    dannydustcart Well-Known Member

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    I got sports bras... they have helped... tescos.. 2 for £8.00!!
     
  12. Lucy_lu_84

    Lucy_lu_84 Pregnant with #2

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    Thankfully still fitting into mine...seem to be growing a lot less quickly this time!!
    Bravissimo are good for bigger sizes....they measure you really well to. Little bit expensive - but I love the bra i got from there. Most comfiest one i own
     
  13. Fluella

    Fluella Well-Known Member

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    I went and got measured yesterday, gone up bra and cup size so have bought some non wired maternity bras from m&s. the lady did say I could continue to wear wired but finding them so uncomfortable now!
     
  14. LongRoadAhead

    LongRoadAhead ♥Due 06/05/09♥

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    Im not splashing out on maternity bras yet as our boobs still have a lot of growing to do! And you wont need a maternity one untill baby arrives so by then your boobs will probably be atleast a size bigger!
    Im buying sports bras instead, There very supportive and alot cheaper! Only about 4 pound from Primark :)
    Xx
     

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