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when should i get fitted for feeding bras?

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misdee Sat 22-Jan-05 17:30:56

i really should know this by now seeing its baby #3 lol.
but whens the best time to get measured? current bras still fit, but no way i can use them for feeding as they are very supportive and cant easily pop a breast out IYKWIM.

mckenzie Sat 22-Jan-05 17:36:11

John Lewis advised me to wait until 2 weeks before due date.

misdee Sat 22-Jan-05 17:37:26

2 weeks b4?!! what if igive birth b4 then lol. dont really fancy being caught out.

NotQuiteCockney Sat 22-Jan-05 17:45:07

Eh, if you buy any before the baby's born, don't buy a lot, or stick to relatively unfitted bras. I changed size quite significantly after the birth this time, and had to go shopping for properly fitted supportie bras.

misdee Sat 22-Jan-05 17:46:34

another thing, where can i get some with large back fittings? i am a 44C atm, and its virtually impossible to buy a nromal bra without ordering them in.

grumpyfrumpy Sat 22-Jan-05 17:49:59

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bubbaloo Sat 22-Jan-05 17:54:33

misdee,
go to www.amplebosom.com
not entirely sure if they do nursing bras but they do larger back sizes and cup sizes
the lady that runs it is lovely too!

misdee Sat 22-Jan-05 17:55:13

cheers!

bubbaloo Sat 22-Jan-05 18:08:19

just checked misdee and they do do nursing bras!!

bonym Sat 22-Jan-05 23:06:15

misdee - try these bra expanders if you still have problems - I've just bought some as all my maternity bras are getting too tight now and I didn't want to buy a load more at this late stage!

Flossam Sat 22-Jan-05 23:09:06

Yes misdee, I got caught out leaving it two weeks before! Waters broke at 6 am, check up in hospital at lunchtime as no contractions, emergency bra shopping with wet trousers (waters!) that afternoon (not to mention the tens machine, sleep suits maternity towels !!} Good luck!

mckenzie Sun 23-Jan-05 09:47:46

you've got me worried now. Maybe I'll go 3 weeks before due date!

kama Tue 01-Feb-05 19:55:59

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