Different Sized boobs.

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Different Sized boobs.

onehotmomma onehotmomma
I need suggestions. Since I've been breastfeeding, one of my boobs has gotten larger than the other. I'm not talking a small difference, I'm talking, If I have a bra to fit my left boob, my right boob has no support whatsoever and falls out of the cup because it's THAT much smaller. It's to the point where I won't go in public without a cardigan or sweatshirt covering up my chest because you can notice it so bad.

Is there anything I can do to either fix it one way or another, or any magical bra that will fit me on both boobs?
10/15/2010
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UrNaughtyaAngel UrNaughtyaAngel
Besides plastic surgery (I know if we could afford it most of us would have surgery) I suggest you buy silicone bra inserts linkto place inside your right bra cup.

I wonder why its always the right boob that is smaller. I left one is a slightyly bigger than my right as well.
10/17/2010
UrNaughtyaAngel UrNaughtyaAngel
Besides plastic surgery (I know if we could afford it most of us would have surgery) I suggest you buy silicone bra inserts linkto place inside your right bra cup.

I wonder why its always the right boob that is smaller. I left one is a slightyly bigger than my right as well.
10/17/2010
usmcwife99 usmcwife99
I have one of my boobs a little lower then the other. Long story short I came back from a miltiary deployment and one of the many wounds was well lets say my titties got a up close and personal meeting with well unwanted shrapenal....enough said

So basicly I always wear sports bras. If I dont wear a sports bra I must br in a dress witch is uncommon. I use some stupid silicone insert things. I hate them, but they work for the night If I have to wear a dress. If I use regular bra my one boob has no support. I cant rember wear I bought them but there little silicone things like posted by urnaughtyangel in her link.
10/19/2010
GeekWife GeekWife
I have to recommend Bravado nursing bras to you in this situation. They're comfy and if you get the original one, it's stretchy enough to accommodate a range of cup sizes in one bra and still be super supportive. SUCH a lifesaver! Heck, I stopped BFing over 7 months ago and I still wear them exclusively because they're so comfortable (and the only ones I can find in a size 38G).
10/20/2010
Kimbertrees Kimbertrees
I had the same problem when i was breastfeeding since my daughter would only feed on the left boob. The right one was two cup sizes smaller than left one for almost a year! I would put extra nursing pads into the right cup to fill it out more.
10/20/2010
Sera Sera
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Originally posted by onehotmomma
I need suggestions. Since I've been breastfeeding, one of my boobs has gotten larger than the other. I'm not talking a small difference, I'm talking, If I have a bra to fit my left boob, my right boob has no support whatsoever and falls ...
A little sewing might do the trick. That's my suggestion. A tailor could help you with it, even.
10/21/2010
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