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    I started as a D went up to a E when milk came in and was breast feeding now I'm a DD

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    Thanks guys. I know it's very individual, just wanting to get some maternity bras as already ill popping out of my normal bras. Don't know what size to go though.

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    Can I also recommend a geniebra or something similar? I have the thin lizzie one and oh it is so comfortable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyawayfree View Post
    Thanks guys. I know it's very individual, just wanting to get some maternity bras as already ill popping out of my normal bras. Don't know what size to go though.
    Buy what ever fits. It is so imperative that the bra you wear actually fits you properly. You may be unlucky like me and have to buy bras 4 times or more. I am still wearing normal bras and won't go to a maternity until I'm ready to feed as the support is not adequate for the weight of my breast so the less time in them the better. But as a result I have to be super sure the bra is fitted correctly.

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    So far I've only gone from 12DD to 14DD and I can still fit in my 12DD bra. Hopefully I don't go up much more its already hard enough to find bras my size >__<

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    I just got my first maternity bra at 13 weeks and I got a 16E. I haven't changed in size before I was pregnant. I'm hoping I don't get too much bigger but I think I'm dreaming!

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    I've gone from a 10E to a 14F. I should really be a G but they couldn't cater for me so that's why I had to go up 2 back sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by march2013 View Post
    I've gone from a 10E to a 14F. I should really be a G but they couldn't cater for me so that's why I had to go up 2 back sizes.
    I'm wearing an 8GG and have ordered an 8H maternity bra..... you should find a better lingerie shop, that's really poor. You lose a lot of support if the fit around your back is inadequate.

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    I was D and went to a DD then E then only ever back to DD.


 

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