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do decent nursing bras even exist?

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MedicalEd Wed 06-Jul-11 13:20:15

I'm gonna be tucking my boobs in my belt by the time I finish bf'ing!
I mean I've got fairly big knockers but not freakishly so and these weedy M&S nursing bras just cannot cope.
Why can't you have under-wiring in nursing bras?

neolara Wed 06-Jul-11 13:21:17

Have you tried Hot Milk nursing bras? Not sure if they have underwiring but they are a million times nicer than anything else I found.

Poledra Wed 06-Jul-11 13:22:17

Try Bravissimo - I got some lovely ones in there when feeding DD3 - just wish I'd realised with DDs 1 and 2!

twinklegreen Wed 06-Jul-11 13:24:18

There are some nursing bra's available that have soft underwiring in them.

I can also recommend hotmilk, Lovely bras that are very supportive.

MedicalEd Wed 06-Jul-11 13:27:00

Wow, thanks for the advice. Will venture out of my M&S lingerie safety zone...
Was beginning to think I'd have to save up for boob-job once I've had some more babies... grin

BaronessBomburst Wed 06-Jul-11 13:29:52 are really good too.

Happygomummy Wed 06-Jul-11 13:36:04

I used "Anita" nursing bras and was fitted at Rigby and Peller

Rigby and Peller Nursing Bras

Not the cheapest, but i figured a decent bra (or several of them) cheaper than a boob-job! worse them for quite a while after i stopped nrusing to - a bit like an old pair of slippers they were that comfy!

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