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Old 05-29-2007, 04:45 PM   #1
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Do any of you have a good recommendation for a good sleep bra for a larger bust?

I am currently a very large D which means when my milk comes in (baby due in Aug) I will probably easily be a DD. Most sleep bras I see are good for cup size up to C. I have one from motherwear that I tried with dd but I was always falling out of it so didn't use it much. The bra itself was comfy just didn't fit so I'd love some sleep bras for around the house and at night with this baby.

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Old 05-29-2007, 05:13 PM   #2
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I'm an E cup, and I use a couple of M'Hood sleep bras, size L, and they've worked just fine for me.
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Old 05-29-2007, 05:24 PM   #3
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I'm an E cup, and I use a couple of M'Hood sleep bras, size L, and they've worked just fine for me.
Me too, at least as far as keeping the nursing pads where they need to be. Playtex makes a decent one too (Ok, so it isn't *supposed* to be a sleep bra but it is totally useless as a daytime bra).
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Old 05-29-2007, 07:08 PM   #4
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I'm an E cup, and I use a couple of M'Hood sleep bras, size L, and they've worked just fine for me.

What style do you have from motherhood? Maybe I just tried the wrong style.
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Re: Sleep bras

I use the bravado L++ (I'm a K/L cup). It is a little small for me now, but it worked when I was an H. The one recommendation I have is that I had to put a wash cloth between my breasts to soak up sweat because it does not separate your breasts at all.

I also have used another one this year, but I can't remember the brand. I will try to find it for you. It is a criss/cross one, and works well.

Found it! http://breakoutbras.stores.yahoo.net/fafrwibasucr.html It's pretty inexpensive as far as sleep bras go, and very comfy!

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I live in my medela sleep bra, it's basically a thin crossover sports bra. It doesn't have much support but is so comfy at night. Is was 36d-dd pregnant and I'm wearing an XL. I love the crossover because it keeps things separated (I hate uni-boob as I call it) and is easy to slip around to nurse.
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I usually sleep in one of those tank tops that has the built-in "bra." I'm a 40DD and have had little success finding a sleep bra that is comfy, so I just started sleeping in my spaghetti-strap tank tops.
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Re: Sleep bras

I love the glamour mom tank tops. Great for keeping in nursing pads and very comfortable too.
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bravado and medela and another company that looks just like the medela sell them for that size easily. i have a medela one i got on sale at my bc the other day
im wearing a mothwerwear one right now and am about that size, though. its actually a little stretched out, kinda weird, i think LOL
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I usually sleep in one of those tank tops that has the built-in "bra." I'm a 40DD and have had little success finding a sleep bra that is comfy, so I just started sleeping in my spaghetti-strap tank tops.
except for the fct that my house hs decided to be about 94 degrees inside lately ...i live in those, LOL.
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