After creating and delivering an infant, you are pretty much She-rah: teaming with superhuman pro-creative powers, one being your mother's milk. But this strength must be controlled to ensure that its mysterious strength is not squandered indiscriminately. Lily Padz are a progressive pad that prevents rather than just absorbing. The lillies act as a seal on your mammo-milkers. This keeps them cool, dry, and comfortable. These three qualities can predict happy breasts, free of clogs and infections.
Next you'll need a supportive guise. Exposing your super powers recklessly is uncomfortable, possibly embarrassing, and potentially dangerous. Choose carefully between these options, allow your unique strengths to guide you.
Zippy: Zippers sit poised for action under each cup. Discreet, easy to open and close, but zip lines can show through a closely fitting spandex top.
Cross & Slip: Lightweight and very comfortable. This style has a crossover front design so you can slip your maid out on a lightening fast impulse.
The Stretcher: No clasps, no buttons, no fastenings. This one's strength is completely internal. Even when disabled with exhaustion, you can pull the cup up and over to serve power to your offspring.Hooks or Buttons: Your holster is snapped, fastened or buttoned to the shoulder strap, which can easily be released to allow the cup down. Ensure you buy one that exposes the whole of the breast's power and not just the nipple. The bra fabric left pressing on the breast may cause blocked milk ducts.
Regardless of which style you choose, below are important guidelines to keep in mind:
- Avoid underwire: Underwires are like nursing kryptonite. At least during the first few weeks following birth when the breats and milk flow are most volatile. Underwire can confine the growth changes in breast size and shape during pregnancy, and restrict milk flow during breast feeding.
- Quick Draw: Try it on and make sure you can unfasten, unzip, unclip, or slip as necessary with one hand.
- Soft Cottons: Even if the cup has some lace or alternative fabric on the exterior, the interior should be lined with seamless soft cotton. Anything else can chafe your sensipples and may not keep them cool, dry and free of infections.
- Perfect fit: Your getup shouldn't bind the breast in any way that will interfere with milk flow. This means wearing a regular bra or one that doesn't fit isn't an option. Not only because of the sad visual state it leaves your breasts in, but also because it can inhibit your milking powers all together, replacing it with crippling pain.
Some super-moms find that one of their breasts was more powerful than the others. If you feel ill proportioned with power post weaning, fit the bra to your most vigorous side. Then if you choose you can add a "cookie" or removable pad to the cup of the less full breast.
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