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5 Things To Look For when Choosing Nursing Bras

Posted on 21 July 2016

5 things to look for when choosing your nursing bra

There are a number of things to consider when choosing nursing bras. Some women dismiss the idea of nursing bras, thinking that a regular underwire bra will suit them fine. When it comes to breastfeeding however, many new mothers will find that wearing a nursing bra is much more comfortable.

High quality nursing bras are made in soft, breathable materials, and are designed to be easy for breastfeeding mothers to use. With the time demands of being a new mother, nursing bras can make a world of difference – making your life that little bit easier. 

 

  1. Comfortable Material

When shopping around for your nursing bra, make sure you look closely at the materials used. Nursing bras in soft, comfortable materials are going to be gentler on sore, tender and swollen breasts.  

Nursing bras made in materials like premium bamboo blends are best for breastfeeding mothers. Bamboo blends are soft on the skin and breathable, as well as being made from quality materials.

Its also a good idea to choose a nursing bra you’re going to be comfortable sleeping in, as many new mothers find they need a way to hold nursing pads in place during sleep.

5 Things to Look For When Choosing a Nursing Bra

 Nursing Bra 3 pack

  1. Seamless

Choosing a seamless bra is another important factor when shopping around for your nursing bra. Seams can irritate sore nipples and tender breasts and cause chafing, as well as being less comfortable. Make sure you choose a bra that is seamless, for comfort as well as practicality.

5 Things to Look For When Choosing a Nursing Bra

Nursing Bra in Nude

  1. Wireless

Bras with a rigid underwire can put pressure on your breast when it’s full, possibly leading to milk blockages. Structured, inflexible bras are also a bad idea due to the changes in breast size you’re going to experience breastfeeding. Wireless bras will flex and change with your changing breast size.

 

5 Things to Look For When Choosing a Nursing Bra

Nursing bra with removable, washable nursing pads 

  1. Nursing Pads

Make sure you choose a nursing bra with nursing pads. Nursing pads are great for breastfeeding mothers, as they provide padding for any leakages. They’re also comfortable for sore nipples and help with modesty when breastfeeding. It’s best to choose nursing bras with removable pads for easy cleaning.

5 Things to Look For When Choosing a Nursing Bra


Nursing Bra in white with support sling 

  1. Easy to Breastfeed in

High quality nursing bras are designed to make it easy for you to breastfeed – in public, or in private. The best made nursing bras provide a support sling, which reveals your nipple for easy breastfeeding. Support slings still support the lower part of the breast, un-peeling from the top only.

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