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    anyone have/use these nursing bras

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    http://www.motherwear.com/prod.cfm/cid/50/sid/6152

    i'm a busty gal (D-ish before milk came in, need to remeasure) so i need something with good support
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    your boobs won't stay hugely engorged forever... hehe i went up to Es after having Ellie and they're back to DD/D since my milk regulated LOL

    i'd honestly go and try on the bras before buying, just a suggestion
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    I use their brand and love them BUT for your cup size you may want the support of an under wire. For something softer around the house their sleep bras are so comfy. My breasts where a D cup but since Jacob is older and nursing less they are in between a C cup & a D cup ATM.
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    i definitely rec. underwire!!
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    I do. And I love them! Very comfy and easy to use when bf
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    Yeah, an underwire is definitely a necessity at that size ESP with the extra weight of the milk. For example, look at the woman's breasts modeling the bra... Saggy. Not a good sign before you buy a bra, is it?
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    I've never used their brand. I'm afraid I'll order them and they won't fit. I just bought mine at Motherhood. The last bra I bought was from Walmart It is underwire and actually pretty comfy
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    walmart for me too
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    i was just trying to get some ordered. i think i'm just a large d maybe small dd. my milk is definitely in i am going to measure today
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    It's been several years for me, but for my last two kiddos I wore nothing but underwire nursing bras. I swear by them! At night I wore the more sportsbra looking bra for comfort and to avoid leaking on my sheets...
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