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Choosing a specialist bra is crucial for your comfort and protection during a specialist activity or at a certain time in your life. Our guide to shopping for maternity and nursing bras, mastectomy bras and sports bras aims to answer any questions or concerns you may have when choosing these very important bras.
In the 36th week of your pregnancy you should think about being measured for a nursing bra. This is when you breasts are at their largest and will be filling with milk. Ensure that you are fitted on a loose hook and eye setting as your underband will reduce when feeding. The Debenhams Miriam Stoppard Nursing bras have four hook and eye settings to ensure you have the support and fit you need. They also include a drop cup with feeding holes for more modesty to allow you to feed your baby with ease.
Sports bras offer more support and protection while you're playing sports, at the gym or jogging. Sports bras majorly reduce the bounce which can lead to sagging in later life. Most sports bras offer padded straps for greater comfort and are usually high at the front.
To test your sports bra jump up and down. If you have to hold on to your bust then your sports bra is not doing its job.