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Recommendations for sleeping bras!

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Vonni1 Tue 14-Nov-17 14:02:17

Hi all

Any recommendations would be appreciated. My boobs are giving me real problems at night. During the day I’m ok as I’m supported. But at night every time I move around my boobs feel like they are being stabbed with hot needles! Tried a sleeping bra I found on line but had to lose it last night as it was too tight and make it worse.

Anyone got a particular brand or type they could recommend. Hoping this will only be a problem during the first trimester but just in case!

Thanks

ClaireBear1986 Tue 14-Nov-17 14:29:39

I had the same problem in the first trimester and I wasn't even able to sleep as my boobs were hurting so much.

I went to Mothercare (as nowhere else seemed to sell my size) and bought a few maternity bras and they were a life saver.
From the very 1st night that I wore them, I had no problems with my boobs and got a good nights sleep.

I think they are brilliant. Really comfortable too, so good to sleep in.

www.mothercare.com/maternity-bras-for-pregnancy/black-and-nude-maternity-support-t-shirt-bras---2-pack/LD8486.html?cgid=mat_matbras#prefn1=backSize&prefn2=cupSize&srule=Price+%5BLow+-+High%5D&prefv1=32&prefv2=E&start=5

marciagetscreamed Tue 14-Nov-17 14:40:46

I loved (and still do) Genie bras - they’re basically supportive crop tops. Sooo comfy. I wear them now over my nice lacy bras if I don’t want any bumps/lines showing through my outfit. All in all a good investment.

SylvanusWindrunner Tue 14-Nov-17 14:43:14

Emily jane stretchy bras are great and will see you through the early weeks of breastfeeding because they cope well with the changing size of your boobs. I still wear mine at night.

MrsL2016 Tue 14-Nov-17 17:05:34

I am living in asda george 'comfort' bras at the moment and I sleep in them too. They are crop top style with padding in, which makes me feel supported and helps my sore nipples from feeling too exposed. I don't have a large busy though (c/d cup).

katmarie Tue 14-Nov-17 17:40:31

I sleep in the Kindred Bravely Terry comfort bras, they're soft, but nice and supportive too, you can get them on amazon.

NewtsSuitcase Tue 14-Nov-17 17:47:33

Im not pregnant but have recently started sleeping in a supportive crop top and it is making a big difference. Previously Ive tried sleeping in a bra and have always take it off after about half an hour because it isn't comfortable. Will hopefully stop my boobs trying to reach my knees..

LambMadras Tue 14-Nov-17 17:49:26

Sainsbury’s padded crop top bras are great. I live in mine! £8!

FellOutOfBed2wice Tue 14-Nov-17 17:52:33

Can’t recommend these highly enough. They’re basically supportive crop tops but they’re brilliant. I’m past pregnancy and breastfeeding now but still wear them to bed as they’re so comfy! bluapparel.co.uk/products/women-comfort-colour-seamless-bra-shape-wear-size-s-m-l-xl-xxl-xxxl

Vonni1 Tue 14-Nov-17 18:44:58

Thanks all for your tips. I will get buying

Ninjamilo Tue 14-Nov-17 20:00:37

Molke...not cheap but super comfy!

JoJoSM2 Tue 14-Nov-17 21:09:11

I just went to Primark and got a couple of bras shaped like a sports bra but softer so my boobs get supported but not squashed. Really happy with them and they were dirt cheap.

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