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    I have gone from a 12E to a 10H!!!! And only just under 14 weeks

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    From a c/d to dd... Happened first trimester and stayed like that. I don't bf and they went straight back to a c

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkIsTheNewBlack View Post
    From a c/d to dd... Happened first trimester and stayed like that. I don't bf and they went straight back to a c
    Pink thats what I want to hear!!! Straight back is appropriate for me

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    was a 14C/D, went up to 14DD and some 16D. Went back to a 14D after finishing breast feeding. Plenty of pre-pregnancy bras that i don't fit into at all anymore (not that I fully lost all pre-pregnancy weight, which I think has a bearing on it too). I bought bras as I grew out of them, then maternity bras towards the end of pregnancy, most of which were fine for after birth. I did buy a couple extra maternity bras once breast feeding established as breasts change shape over time.

    I also wore soft stetchy type lightweight support bra when my milk first came in, as it was very accommodating and comfortable for fluctuations in size as breasts were drained or not. Also meant I could sleep in them with breast pads to avoid leaks everywhere.

    This time round with twins, my boobs grew very quickly in first trimester and i'm up to 16DD or 16E bras. I'd say I've been through a few bras already that were fine upon purchase but now too small or tight. I plan to just buy more as needed and top up on the stretchy ones.

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    It didn't change. I was a 16E before, a 16E during and a 16E after.

    The only difference in my breasts came when my milk came in... and they just got hard and lumpy and gross looking.

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    Pre preg 10A, end of preg 12A, during breast feeding maybe a larger 12A. No big boobies for me!

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    I was a DD, I'm now slightly larger than an E. Frustrating, especially because I'm a runner lol.

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    I went from a 10A to a 16A so only went up in body size but cups didn't change one bit darn it lol

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    I was a 10 c before ds#1.
    up to an 12e while feeding.
    Didn't go down but up 4 cup sizes in the 5 years since. ds#2 I was a 10 f before up to a 12 I while pregnant and settled at a 12h now and still feeding.
    My boobs don't like me I think.
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    I went up 2 cup sizes by the time I was 7 weeks pregnant with my first. Then up another cup size when my milk came in. They have pretty much stayed the same size for the 5.5 yrs following when I've been pregnant and/or breastfeeding the whole time, except when my milk came in after my DS was born and I was so engorged that nothing at all fit me.
    I have weaned my DS in the last week and I'm noticing obvious reduction in size, almost down to the size I was before my first pregnancy.


 

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