So what's the deal? Are they just producing more milk or what?
Anyone else experencing this and tried of buying bras?
When dd was around 1, I seem to remember that my boobs got a lot smaller even though I was still nursing--smaller, stretched out and saggy, though .
I'd just be so happy if I could score a C cup when I'm done nursing. I want to remember what it's like to have shirts fit nicely.
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When nursing an infant I'm a D/DD cup and then drop down to a C/D when nursing a toddler.
My size fluctuates daily, it seems and I just buy stretch cotton nursing bras that will allow me to go up and down a bit.
part of it for me has always had to do with weight. i think even without nursing if i was carrying 20 extra pounds i'd be at least at 34D. my drop in bra size both previous times has seemed to have more to do with how much i weighed than how frequently my toddler was nursing.
but "normal"? i would hesitate to use that word. after pregnancy, boobs are just different, even when they aren't busy breastfeeding. but they should calm down for you between 12-18 months, at least that was when my really did.
|I don't have a clue what size mine are. I don't wear a bra while nursing. Too much of a hassle, LOL.|
OMG!!! How do you do that? Mine hurt in something just a little less supportive...of course mine are a little big--I'm not sure what size but according to the bra people Oprah uses (there is a store in Atlanta where my mom lives) I was around a 34 G...I'm larger now...but if I buy a bra in a regular store it's usually a D or DD.
But what I wouldn't give to have a night of freedom from the boulder holder!!!