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Did you know that about 95% of women are wearing the wrong bra size? Don't settle for a less than perfect fit!

If you don’t yet have a nursing bra and you are wondering why your breasts are always swollen and achy and why sleep is a thing of the past, there are ample reasons why.

At the top of the list is your bra. Not wearing a custom-fitted and custom-designed bra while nursing could be the reason. To better help you understand, the following three reasons can serve to exemplify the advantages you enjoy when wisely upgrading your bra.

Comfier, Cozier Fit

While nursing, your breasts become larger and swollen, commonly featuring very sensitive nipples. Your nursing bra is designed to accommodate this paternal aspect of womanhood. Its unique design cups your breasts and eases swelling and achy nipples for a more relaxed sleep that used to be impossible to come by.

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Sleep Better-Reduce Swelling & Discomfort

Most women report better nights of sleeping during the first week of wearing these bras. That’s because their breasts no longer ache keeping them awake each night.  Read up on why women swear by this type of specialty bra, you’ll quickly realize what you’ve been missing out on this entire time.

 Front Open Clasps

Your standard bra is not designed to conveniently feed a baby. It’s actually painstaking to hold baby in one arm while blindly fumbling with clasps using the other. A nursing bra is designed to make feeding times a breeze. The front clasps easily come undone so baby can feed when and where baby is hungry, and unimpeded.


The best nursing bras are comfortable and offer good support but don't bind breasts in any way that could interfere with milk flow. For optimum support, the band and the straps should be made of nonstretchy fabric.


But cups should have some "give" to accommodate your changing breast size at different phases of nursing.