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Guide to Choosing the Right Nursing Bra (Even If You Hate Bras)๐Ÿ˜…

Breastfeeding is a beautiful and rewarding experience. It's also a time of great change for your body. Your breasts will grow and change, and you'll need a bra that can support them and make it easy to nurse your baby. If you're like most moms, you probably prefer to go braless, especially during the early days of breastfeeding when your breasts are changing and tender. However, a good nursing bra will give you the comfort you need while providing support.

With so many different nursing bras on the market, it can be tough to know where to start. But don't worry, we're here to help. Whether you're a first-time mom or a seasoned pro, read on for our guide to choosing the right nursing bra.


1. Fit

The most important thing to consider when choosing a nursing bra is fit. The bra should be snug but not too tight. It should also be supportive enough to hold your breasts without causing any discomfort. If your bra is too tight, it could cause plugged milk ducts, mastitis or a decrease in your milk supply.

How to measure:

a. Measure your underbust (not too tight). This is the measurement around your rib cage, directly under your breasts.

b. Measure your fullest bust. This is the measurement around the fullest part of your breasts.


Once you have these two measurements, you can use a bra sizing chart to find your nursing bra size.












2. Material Matters Select bras made from breathable and soft materials, such as cotton or other natural materials, to prevent irritation and discomfort. Natural materials are absorbent and allow air to flow to your breasts. Avoid bras with seams or lace that might irritate sensitive nipples.


3. Easy Access Nursing bras should have easy-to-open cups that you will be able to open and close the cups quickly and discreetly when your baby is hungry. This is especially convenient when you're out and about.

4. Consider Your Wardrobe Think about the types of clothing you typically wear and choose nursing bras that work well with those outfits. For example, if you wear a lot of tank tops, consider getting nursing tank tops with built-in bras for added convenience. 5. Trial and Comfort Before buying multiple nursing bras, purchase one and wear it for a day or two to make sure it's comfortable and meets your needs. If it works well, then consider buying more of the same style. Having multiple nursing bras is a good idea. You can have a rotation which allows you to wash and wear them interchangeably, extending their lifespan. Keep in mind that your body will go through changes during your breastfeeding journey. It's a great idea to check your bra size from time to time and replace any bras that have seen better days. Prioritize comfort and functionality to make breastfeeding as convenient and enjoyable as possible for both you and your baby. Looking for a quality selection of bras? Click here. We'd love to hear from you. Did you find this information helpful? Drop a ๐Ÿ‘ in the comments below if you did.

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