At a Glance
Nursing bra with fully opening drop-cups, adjustable straps and removable foam cups for full breast coverage. The bra features a drop-cup system that is easy to open and close with one hand and facilitates discrete, undisturbed breastfeeding. The bra has double-layered cups for extra support and has in-woven supoort below the breast for better reinforcement and lift of your breast.
You don't have to remove the foam cups from the bra when washing. This is a bra you can start using during pregnancy as a pregnancy bra, as it will adapt to your changing breast size at all times.Features and Benefits
- Removable foam cups provide full breast coverage
- Fully opening drop cups with easy open-and-close clasps
- Adjustable shoulder straps
- Double-layered cups for extra support
- In-woven support below the breast for better reinforcemen and lift
- Also suitable as a pregancy braWhat's in the box
1 x nursing braWant to know more:
You may check your size from Cantaloop's Size guide for bras for your reference!
10 Breastfeeding Tips
- 1. Bring your baby to you: First and foremost, you need to be sitting comfortably in a quiet place. When you are ready, bring your baby to you, with her tummy against yours. It is important that your baby's head is tilted just slightly backwards so that her chin touches your breast and her nose is clear of your nipple.
- 2. Give your baby nothing but breast milk: There is no reason to give your baby anything other than your milk initially unless your healthcare personnel or doctor has advised you otherwise. All healthy newborn babies can derive sufficient nutrition from the milk you produce if you give your baby all the opportunities she needs to feed.
- 3. Feeding on demand: You should allow your baby to feed on demand, since children have other feeding habits than your own. Some feed quickly, while others take their time. Therefore, it is important that you allow your baby to determine the length of her meal. She should be allowed enough time to release your breast on her own.
- 4. Good breastfeeding positions: It's well worth trying out different breastfeeding positions, especially at the beginning when you spend many hours feeding your baby. In this way, you'll avoid a lot of stress, which at worst could cause your milk to flow at a slower rate, and your baby to not want to feed as long as necessary.
- 5. Prevention of breast infection: Allow your nipples to dry naturally after feeding. Avoid drying off milk and your baby's saliva, as doing so may irritate your nipples. If your breasts are very sore, it may help to massage them or apply nipple cream to relieve the discomfort.
- 6. NIght time breastfeeding: Breastfeeding at night helps relieve you of the milk you have produced during the day, and allows you to produce new milk while you sleep. A bedtime feed thus helps to regulate your milk production, and continue the breastfeeding process.
- 7. Breastfeeding and soothers: It's best to wait until breastfeeding is functioning well and your baby is good at taking your breast every time before introducing a soother. The suckling action a baby uses at your breast is very different to that used on a soother.
- 8. Nursing bras: It is certainly worth buying a nursing which provides good support and can be opened at the front so you have easy eaccess to your breast. To prevent infection from leakages you should change your bra at least every 12 to 24 hours and follow the manufacturer's washing instructions. It is generally recommended that a minimum of three bras are necessary - one on, one off and one in the wash. But remember, you can't always get the washing done as quickly as before because you have a new baby and rest is valuable!
- 9. Eat a healthy and varied diet: It's essential you eat a healthy varied diet when breastfeeding as everything you eat is transmitted via your milk to your baby. You need extra energy. Therefore make sure you get enough vitamins to cover the nutritional needs of you and your baby.
- 10. Plenty to drink: You need more liquids when you are breastfeeding as your baby will drink around one litre of milk per day. In principle, what you drink is irrelevant. You should, however, try to avoid diuretic drinks such as coffee and tea, which can reduce milk production. It is a good idea to have fluids close at hand when you are breastfeeding as it often gives acute thirst!
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We will deliver all stocked items within 3-5 working days. Courier costs as stated at the check-out. For Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories, this is HK$50 for orders below HK$800, and free for orders above HK$800. For Tung Chung, Ma Wan and Discovery Bay, courier cost is HK$150 for all orders.
We deliver anywhere in Hong Kong, with the exception of outlying islands and restricted zones.
Colour Beige Style O0091