Pregnancy: Ages 25-34 Community
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anyone changed from size 34b to another bigger size

Can your bubies grow bigger or not is just all about being bloated?
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7602406 tn?1402371348
I went up a cup size.
7540649 tn?1395723196
Your breast size will most likely increase. I started as an F cup and I'm probably an H right now. I'm only 17 weeks, but just when I think they're done getting bigger, they keep going u_u
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That's exciting . God bless you ladies hopefully I get to see better bigger teeds
8526246 tn?1405605476
I went up a size. And in keep on going , getting the muffin top already so will have to go a size bigger lol
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Starting at around 8 weeks your breasts start to get bigger & will continue to do so throughout pregnancy. If your a ftm you can go up two cup sizes.
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I was a 34b and now at 33-34 weeks I'm a 34d!
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Same here. I was barely a B, but at 17w I'm a full C. They are still growing...just not as quickly now. I don't own any D bras, but looks like it's shopping soon. :p
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32B all my life and 32D by 8 weeeks.  No increase in the last 6 weeks luckily!  14 weeks now.
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So many of you started to see some changes at 8ws and 18ws. That's interesting !!...I'll have to have a little longer to see a different size or cup . Thanks God bless you ladies I hope you all fine and happy Keep praying everyday.  OK
7543158 tn?1391981669
Started out a 38DD.. Now at a 42F and only 21wks
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Started at 34B am now 38C.
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I started at a 34 DDD now I'm at 34 G at 29 weeks... I hope I don't get any bigger..
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