Getting the right Bra for you.

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14 weeks today! Can’t believe it, still can’t believe I’m pregnant.

I’m at the stage now where my breast have tripled in size, I feel like Jessica Rabbit combined with Dolly Parton. It’s strange but I feel so much more confident with my body now than I ever have done, I really am loving it and so is my partner. No more chicken fillets I keep saying, I’m going to make the most of it while it lasts.

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The down side is they look great but they don’t feel it. The pain some mornings can be so bad, I literally have to put my arms around them and carry them like I’m carrying massive water melons.

It’s so important that you have a good bra at this stage of your pregnancy that will support you and also give you comfort. I went to M&S the other day and got measured, I felt like a teenager again buying my first bra. I really do think it is important to go¬†for a professional measuring and fitting service, either in a department store or specialist lingerie shop. Once you know your size, you can look at online maternity shops too.

Again when buying a bra there’s so much choice out there on the market, just make sure you try a few on and get the best fit for you.

Here’s a few tips when you’re shopping for a maternity bra, consider the following:

Support: look for wide straps, sides and under-bust band, and a deep centre at the front. Firm elastic straps eliminate bounce and give you extra support.

Coverage: it’s best to have as much fabric as possible over your breasts. This will help you stay comfortable if your breasts become more sensitive.

Adjustability: a minimum of four hook positions will allow your bra to grow with you.

Comfort: look for bras that are mainly cotton. Pregnancy can raise your body temperature, so a cotton bra will reduce irritation and let your skin breathe.

Here is the link to bra I bought girls.

http://www.marksandspencer.com/total-support-non-wired-floral-embroidered-crossover-full-cup-b-g-bra/p/p20032770?prevPage=srp&pdpredirect