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….after having each baby?

Posted by mom169700, 2nd February 2017

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  • No l tried to at David Jones and they were unstaffed but it is on my list this year!

  • I never have but probably should.

  • I haven’t, but I do know that the advice is that you should. It’s just hard to find time.

  • Go to Myers and they will for you for free

  • After my first baby I didn’t. Just bought bras and hoped for the best.
    After my second baby I did though. My boobs changed so much that I had no choice.
    I would say you definitely need to get it done when you decide to stop feeding also. I was completely in the wrong size!

  • I got professionally fitted at Bras N Things when I was pregnant and almost cried in relief afterwards. For breastfeeding I now wear Bonds Seam Free Crops and they are super comfortable and practical. Only problem I find is they are all really bright colours which doesn’t go well when wearing corporate style clothing e.g. white blouses!

  • Have done so and its good to have a good fitting bra because you really need the support and the best bra for that time.

  • Wow! June11 I did not know that. We only have a Target Country where I live & they don’t offer that service.

  • Even some large Target Department Stores have professional Bra fitters. I found them very helpful and professional. A poor fitting bra can also impact on your shoulders

  • Must do for sure especially when you discover you are pregnant. The professional give such great advise and steer you in the right direction for your own health

  • Never did. The midwife just gave me some advice about the best brand to buy.

  • No I never did. Your breast very much change during and after pregnancy, even more so when you breastfeed. When you want to get professional measured you might need to do that even several times a year at this stage of life.

  • Also, when you get a fitting, they can suggest the best bras for you and it really does make a difference. I got fitted way way back and ever since have not had uncomfortable bras that creep and bulge.

  • With all the changes in your body it is a good idea, so many women wear the wrong size bra and have no idea.
    I can professionally fit a bra myself so its not an issue for me, but since any good bra store does professional fittings when you buy a bra why would you not.

  • No, I probably should, but I never do. Then spend all my time complaining about uncomfortable fitting bras

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