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When do your breasts begin to get larger during pregnancy?

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2006-10-20 20:01:41
2006-10-20 20:01:41

== Larger breasts== I am 35 weeks pregnant. During the first trimester my breasts were really sore. I still noticed that my bras were becoming too small and uncomfortable. Right about the 15th week I went ahead and bought a new bra because, like I said, my old ones were too small. The size I have now has lasted me pretty much my whole pregnancy, but I was told as soon as the milk comes in, your breasts will become even larger! Two nice supported bras with padding have gotten me through this.

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