Dressing for Pregnancy: Top 10 Maternity Clothes Tips
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Swelling, tender breasts can be one of the first signs of pregnancy, and your bust could grow by a cup size or more over the next nine months. Before long, you'll need some larger, more supportive bras. Don't break the bank by buying a slew of new bras before having your baby because your breast size will change again after delivery. Get just a few new bras that fit you well and have a little room to grow as your pregnancy progresses. Many women experience breast discomfort at night, so you may want to buy a sleeping bra that gives you light support at bedtime.
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