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    a MUCH MORE supportive nursing bra. The one I have is comfy, but it's a joke. My boobs might as well be dragging on the floor. It's gross. HALP! Oh, I have another one, but it's too small and not enough coverage. I have tig ol' bitty's.
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    I wear the nursing bra AND a nursing bra top cami. The cami's were pretty cheap from motherhood maternity...
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    Mine are comfy but not supportive at all!
    Motherhood has a good selection just to go look and try on at. Victoria secrets now has nursing bras too.
    I wear my nice one when I'm out and my comfy at
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    what size?


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    I just got the Bravado silk seamless bra from amazon.com. All of the reviews for it are really good. Love it - especially compared to my cheapo Target nursing bras. It provides pretty good lift and support, but is still low enough in the front that I can wear tank tops without it showing... I wear a 38dd.
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    I have a 38D in comfy and 38D in nice bra. The nice one is too small. This one is okay size. I measured myself today and entered the measurements on Motherhood's calculator and that one says I'm a 40AA.
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    Mine doesn't offer support either! I need to get a new one but when i ordered the same size i have now, it was too small
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abigail View Post
    I have a 38D in comfy and 38D in nice bra. The nice one is too small. This one is okay size. I measured myself today and entered the measurements on Motherhood's calculator and that one says I'm a 40AA.
    Measure under your bust (like right up underneath your boobs) and then over your bust (with bra on, across your nipples) and tell me what it is


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    I just wish I could find an actual nursing bra that would even come close to fitting
    I end up wearing the nursing tanks all the time.
    I guess you can order bigger nursing bras at lane bryant, but you cannot try them on in store or anything.

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