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Friday, July 4th 2008, 2:14pm

HELP!! - Plus size Feeding Bras???

Help, Help, Help!!!!

I am due in 3 weeks time and still haven't got any feeding bras sorted.
I am currently measuring a size 42 E/F bust and I am really struggling to find any feeding bras which provide decent support and that don't cost about £40 each!!!

Can anyone please give me advise on where I could get some - and which ones are good! It would be much appreciated!

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Friday, July 4th 2008, 2:18pm

You might find something here:

http://www.simplybe.co.uk/productcache/D…y-1-sz_asc.html

Don't forget your shape / size might change again immediately post birth.







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Friday, July 4th 2008, 2:22pm

Excellent - I hadn't checked out simply be
Thank you Rivka XxXx

Any other suggestions also welcome :) lol




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Friday, July 4th 2008, 2:23pm

There's a thread here Bras with lots of links in it to companies that specialise in bigger cup sizes, including some very nice nursing bras.





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Friday, July 4th 2008, 3:34pm

And Ebay is always worth a look :happy:

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Monday, July 7th 2008, 10:07pm

I am having the same trouble :sadface: I was measured at about 2-3 week before edd and was told I would go up to a 38 FF ..... I bought 2 bras £25 each and they are too small.

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Tuesday, July 8th 2008, 2:56pm

It's such a pain in the arse! (Excuse language)
I swear if you aren't a size 14 max with a chest of a size 36 D max - you can't get anything maternity - like we aren't supposed to have babies or something!

(As you can probably tell - hormones are running riot at the mo and I feel like ranting and raving about anything I can!! lol)

Well, back to the drawing board I suppose - although those 2 websites were good (Thanx gals!) - I think i'll stick to my dodgy maternity bras and suffer until i can get myself measured after the birth so I don't end up wasting money.




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Tuesday, July 8th 2008, 2:59pm

Quoted

Originally posted by MSH5983
I think i'll stick to my dodgy maternity bras and suffer until i can get myself measured after the birth so I don't end up wasting money.


personally if money is limited thats the route I'd go.







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Wednesday, July 9th 2008, 12:25pm

Im still in my bloody maternity/nursing bras as I cant fit into my old ones :bawl:. I was a 34 d before having the tweenies and am now a 38dd. I need to be skinny :cross:
Me 34,DH, 32. DD15 from prev relationship. Scan 9/07 showed 2 [zx076] [zx076] My perfect little ladies arrived healthy 7 weeks early on 18/3/08 weighing 4lb 8 and 3lb13...Love my three pinkies

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Wednesday, July 9th 2008, 5:23pm

Sorry to tell you this Lexie but my even though I've lost nearly 2 stone since having Mooch, my boobs haven't got any smaller. I was an E cup befor eI was pregnant, I went to a G in the first few weeks of pregancy and they are still a G.





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Wednesday, July 9th 2008, 5:31pm

Them are massive busters Mrs J. People would pay good money for them. :D I bought my mat bras from M&S and they're nearly thread bare now. Where do u shop for yr bras?
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Wednesday, July 30th 2008, 8:22pm

I have been measured again today and am now a 36GG they are growing and growing I am going to end up looking like a chicken :8o: :sadface:

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Wednesday, July 30th 2008, 10:10pm

I was 38dd before pg...38dd during Bought M&S maternity bras ina host of sizes expecting a bigger bust post birth...stayed same so just bought mothercare ones in a 38dd, they fitted lovely.
I'm still the same size now...oh and my M&S E and F cups were too small ?(


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Thursday, July 31st 2008, 10:16am

Figleaves have a wide range- I like the Freya ones. Although I've never had a maternity one, their range go u.p to big cups and are nice too
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