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    I got myself something similar to that ahh bra actually Joye! from big w but only $10 wear it every single day if I don't have to go out lol.

    Renn - I'm pretty much exactly the same!! was a 12B now I got some 12C's but non-underwire they're pretty comfy and good thanks!! I'm just 17 weeks now but I don't think I'll be growing much more.

    TreeGirl - thankyouu your comment was rather reassuring haha and you're very right it is a legitamate question I love this site everyone is so helpful understanding and kind lol makes you feel kinda fuzzy in this over-emotional state hahaha!

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    I had lorna Jane seam free bras in M... (I was a 12 B) and they were the most comfortable bras... no wires or anything

    Then I got pregnant. By week 8 these bras were agony. (I've saved them all though, one day they'll probably fit again)

    Turns out I had already gone up a cup size by then. I'm still a 12 C but they're growing quick. I won't be surprised if I need to by more in a few months.

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    I got my first maternity bra around week 9. My first pregnancy symptom was the worst pain ever in my boobs - I couldn't wear a normal one, it simply hurt way too much. I also found I had to buy a bra for night time, from very early on I felt like I needed support when I was sleeping. It's been a little pricey as my boobs have definately grown since then, I've gone up both cup and back sizes, but it was absolutely necessary and relieved a lot of pain for me. I was pregnant over both Christmas and my birthday so I requested bras n things vouchers sorry for the essay! Haha.

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    This is my second pregnancy & I have gone from a 12c to a 14d and that was by 10 weeks. They have settled down alot now but I will go back in my 3rd trimester to get fitted properly for maternity bras. Everyone is different so it just depends on your body and what you feel comfortable with.

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    When I got pregnant I was a 16E and my boobs haven't grown at all (im 41+5) and my milk has come in. I only recently went to bras n things and got a couple of mat bras but only for the convenience when bfing as all my pre pregnancy bras still fit.

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    Buy a feed bra around 36 weeks..but wear a soft cup (wire free) all the way through preg..don't wear your feeding bra till after baby..

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    Thank you all so much withloveandlimits don't apoligize for the essay long comments are good haha! I always end up going to write something small but end up doing the same
    I know I have a long way to wait yet but what about nursing pads? I've never really had any allergies to anything but I've heard that some people get reactions to some, so would I be best off to just get those bamboo ones?

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    Hi there,I purchased a couple of cheap bras from Kmart at 8 weeks but then I got fitted at 12 weeks as my boobs had grown SO much and were very tender ++. I totally recommend getting fitted properly as the cheap bras are of NO comparison in support what so ever! The bras I got fitted with were the brand 'hot milk' and are fantastic. They are a little pricey but I was lucky to find a sale on brands exclusive.
    I am hoping that by taking care of my girls, they stay in their spots hahaha
    Goodluck

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    Also, apparently if you wear underwire through pregnancy, it can disrupt the growth of milk ducts and can cause mastitis!

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