Advantages & Benefits of Wearing a Nursing Bra:
- It make nursing easier.
Since most regular bras are fairly structured, you may not be able to bring your baby to the breast without disrobing or taking off your bra. Nursing bras feature cups that clip down, fold down, or pull aside for quick, and often one-handed, access. Paired with the right top, you’ll be able to discreetly feed your little one anywhere.
- Nursing Bras are more comfortable.
The materials used in traditional bras may be uncomfortable for new moms. The type of elastic used in the band may leave itchy red marks; lace or 100% nylon fabric may irritate already sore nipples. Narrow straps may not provide enough support, and underwire may dig into your swollen breasts.
Many maternity bras use materials like bamboo and cotton, which allow your skin to breathe. In addition, nursing bras often have wide straps to offer more comfortable support and reduce or eliminate back, neck, and shoulder pain.
- Nursing Bras can adjust to your body.
Throughout pregnancy, your breasts may change anywhere from one to four cup sizes. They may grow even more when you’re nursing, especially if you become engorged or have an oversupply. As a breastfeeding mom, you’ll probably notice your breast size varies from one day to the next. In quality nursing bras, breathable fabrics are blended with just the right amount of stretch to allow for the normal fluctuations experienced by nursing moms.