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Posted 08 August 2015 - 07:31 PM
Hi, I am currently 9 weeks and 3 days,
this is my first pregnancy, everything is so foreign to me,
so my boobs got bigger since maybe a week ago ?
is it normal ? How much bigger will it gets when closer to due date?
coz its really uncomfortable, esp my boobs were not small to begin with for someone whos only 158cm tall
I need some new bras, all my old ones doesnt fit anymore
But I wanna know if i get new ones now, how much longer will they fit?
anyone experiencing the same thing ?
Posted 08 August 2015 - 07:45 PM
I think it depends!!
With my last my boobs were sore and got bigger in 1st trimester. Then they kind of stabilized. However after birth they got huge. So all the breastfeeding bras I bough no longer fit'. i would suggest trying some cheap ones from target but I know they can be hard to find in large size.
Posted 08 August 2015 - 07:59 PM
Mine got huge early on (like you) and then stayed that way until after I gave birth. So definitely worth getting new bras now.
Posted 09 August 2015 - 08:02 PM
The best purchase I made when pregnant was buying those 'ahh bra' type from target, my boobs were changing size constantly especially when bub was born! Will save you a lot of $$ and they are super comfy 😄 I actually found them to be fairly supportive as well (I'm usually a DD so not small chested though after Bub #1 I am now a measly C 😞
Posted 09 August 2015 - 08:13 PM
I second the 'ahh bra'-type bras. I'm 36 weeks and have worn them constantly since about 6 weeks. I now have about 10. They are so comfy yet supportive, and no straps to dig- in I bought some at k-mart and I think a couple were from big w.
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