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Hello

I am hating my sleep bra... I actually wear it all day around the house.... but it just seems to have no shape or support at all! What nursing bra so you like that is super comfy???

Is there one that is all cotton or mostly cotton?

Thank you much!

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I'm a huge fan of nursing tank tops. I pretty much live in them. I wear them day and night! My favorites are from Sears, but I have a couple from Target that are ok too. Not really super supportive though..

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I love my blue canoe jane's plus cup. It's organic cotton & super comfy!

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I'm a huge fan of nursing tank tops. I pretty much live in them. I wear them day and night! My favorites are from Sears, but I have a couple from Target that are ok too. Not really super supportive though..
The new-style Target nursing tank (with just one big hole for both breasts) gives me plugged ducts on the outsides of my breasts after just a few hours -- just something to warn the OP about if she tends to get plugged ducts!

I sleep in a Barely There sleep bra -- I can pull it to the side without it digging in enough to give me a plugged duct, but it has enough stretch to it to go back to it's shape when I put it back over my breast. I'm sure there are better ones out there, but these are comfy enough for me.

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I just sleep in a slightly over-sized tank. Baby needed boobie, I pop it out the top. I have target's underwire nursing bra for when we go out, but my baby is 13 months. I used the sleep bras from mothercare for the first 8 months or so.
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I live in the Target nursing tanks.

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The new-style Target nursing tank (with just one big hole for both breasts) gives me plugged ducts on the outsides of my breasts after just a few hours -- just something to warn the OP about if she tends to get plugged ducts!

I sleep in a Barely There sleep bra -- I can pull it to the side without it digging in enough to give me a plugged duct, but it has enough stretch to it to go back to it's shape when I put it back over my breast. I'm sure there are better ones out there, but these are comfy enough for me.
I only have the newer style and I haven't had a problem with that. I think some people are probably more prone to plugged ducts than others. I'm sorry you have to worry about that.

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