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    Where can i buy a good supportive nursing bra that will fit a size F 42 ?? i ve tried the bravado ones and the only one that covered properly was the sports style but i found it didnt have much support. what other brand do you have and where did u get it??
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    I actually like the Motherhood Maternity ones, I am a G and those are the only bras I can wear that don't have the wire poke through or are $200 lol




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    Quote Originally Posted by lc01045 View Post
    I actually like the Motherhood Maternity ones, I am a G and those are the only bras I can wear that don't have the wire poke through or are $200 lol
    The biggest I could find in the store was on F cup and it was too small and I am normally a 3D, I have an old E cup bra from them that is smaller than my Walmart DD nursing bra.
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    I think I ordered from Evymama in Toronto, great service. (I was a 42 J yikes!) Just checked the site and they have a 50% off sale on until Sunday, reasonable prices to begin with too!

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    I ended up just going to Addition Elle and getting a few I could pull down to nurse with, none of the nursing bras I tried were comfortable or held them up and I wasn't in a position to spend hundreds of dollars!

    I just wore a sports nursing bra when at home that was from Motherhood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheena View Post
    The biggest I could find in the store was on F cup and it was too small and I am normally a 3D, I have an old E cup bra from them that is smaller than my Walmart DD nursing bra.
    If anyone happened to read this and think I was a dummy, well I just learned that an 'E' cup is a 'DD' and an 'F' cup is a 'DDD' so I realise my post doesn't make any sense, lol.
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    I was also an F after E was born. I also used the Bravado sports bras at home and for sleeping. I got one from Thyme Maternity that was more supportive.

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    Have you tried Milk Diva? It might be worth emailing her to see if she has anything in that size. She does carry quite a few styles.
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    You could also wear two if the less supportive ones.

    Also is your bravado one new? because I find they loose support after awhile.
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