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Nursing Comfort

By Dana Sullivan for Your Baby Today
Properly fitted, well-made nursing bras are worth the expense: anything you can do to make breastfeeding easier and more comfortable will help make it a positive experience. Some helpful guidelines:

To guarantee that you purchase bras that suit you best, make an appointment at a maternity or specialty lingerie store during your eighth month of pregnancy (when your breasts are about the size they'll be during breastfeeding) and have a professional fitting.

If you can't be professionally fitted, be sure to choose bras that allow for increase or decrease in size by choosing a size that leaves room for some adjustment. In other words, the bra shouldn't fit "just right" with the cups on either the largest or smallest adjustment, and the hooks at the loosest or tightest fitting.
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By Dana Sullivan for Your Baby Today
Properly fitted, well-made nursing bras are worth the expense: anything you can do to make breastfeeding easier and more comfortable will help make it a positive experience. Some helpful guidelines:

To guarantee that you purchase bras that suit you best, make an appointment at a maternity or specialty lingerie store during your eighth month of pregnancy (when your breasts are about the size they'll be during breastfeeding) and have a professional fitting.

If you can't be professionally fitted, be sure to choose bras that allow for increase or decrease in size by choosing a size that leaves room for some adjustment. In other words, the bra shouldn't fit "just right" with the cups on either the largest or smallest adjustment, and the hooks at the loosest or tightest fitting.
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