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Best nursing bras

Hello to all moms, wondering which nursing bras would you recommend according to your experience?
I did not find anything that i was happy with with my 1st baby. What gives you support and feels comfortable as well.
I am used to underwire, but any that gives support is more than welcome.

Thanks for sharing your opinion.
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Re: Best nursing bras

I found Hot Milk (http://www.hotmilklingerie.com/) good, but need to match correct style to bust type as some of the styles are better for larger busts (even though the large size might be available in a style that's not as supportive). No underwires (don't want mastistis or milk flow affected). It took me about 18 months to wear my first hot milk bra out. I've bought more for my last (3rd) pregnancy and the matching nice knickers don't make me feel like I'm wearing dagga nursing wear for the duration of breastfeeding (feels like forever since I could wear normal bras).

My Triumph bras are good, but boring.

Happy feeding.
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Oh bugger! Methinks that the most a man needs to know about a bra is how the blazes you can get them open.
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Anita makes great basic nursing bras. You can buy them at Beladona.
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Re: Best nursing bras

Second vote for hot milk. Look on their website-there's a shop in Basel (they'll also post to you and you can try before you pay)
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Re: Best nursing bras

I started with hot milk but missed the underwire support so now use mariejo avero bras they do a nursing version in the range which looks and feels like a normal bra!
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Re: Best nursing bras

I bought some really comfortable nursing bras for sleeping from JCPenney.com, which offers int'l shipping at really reasonable rates. Normally of course I wouldn't wear a bra while sleeping, but I knew I'd need to wear something to keep the pads in. I bought them a bit larger than I would normally wear since 1) I knew that pads would need to be put in them and 2) I can't stand wearing anything tight while I'm sleeping. They were great, even though I only ended up nursing for one week. They were also really comfortable for just wearing around the house.

http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom//wome...=SearchResults
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Re: Best nursing bras

I had a lot of leaking too for the first 8 months so needed a sleeping solution but couldn't do bras. The hot milk nighties were really good for me for nights
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