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My boobs just seem to be getting bigger and bigger.:(

It's just so hard to find bras to fit.:scratchhead:

There is no way I can wear anything tight as my boobs sick out for miles when I do.

I purchase a Dorren bra the other day and it is like a bullet bra.

I thought it would play me down.:scratchhead:

Anyone else with the same problem ?
 

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Is the K cup size the same in GB as it is in the US? If so, then yes, I know what you mean. And the only way mine will even remotely look smaller is if I get them reduced... which I am trying to find someone who will take my insurance and do it.
 

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oh my goodness you poor ladies I can't even imagine:( The back aches,the torturous clothing decisions,ugh.

I think with all the stupid things insurance companies cover,they absolutely need to cover something legit like breast reductions.

Have you looked into a reduction,Jane or is that something you're not willing to consider?
 

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My oldest daughter has very large breasts F cup, and she was told to up the cup size to G for help in minimizing. For her, the larger cup size actually works. She was also told that a push up bra would actually help minimize, as long as she didn't get the padded push ups and I haven't seen any push ups that aren't super super padded for years.
 

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oh my goodness you poor ladies I can't even imagine:( The back aches,the torturous clothing decisions,ugh.

I think with all the stupid things insurance companies cover,they absolutely need to cover something legit like breast reductions.

Have you looked into a reduction,Jane or is that something you're not willing to consider?
Oh, insurance companies will cover them... it's just a matter of findong a surgeon who takes what I have. Many plastic surgeons are unwilling to work with insurance companies.
 

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Oh, insurance companies will cover them... it's just a matter of findong a surgeon who takes what I have. Many plastic surgeons are unwilling to work with insurance companies.
That's such crap though,even if the doc isn't willing to accept the insurance,the insurance should still reimburse you for the majority of what you're paying the doc.
It isn't fair:mad:
 

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No I don't wish to have a reduction it's the finding of bras and things to wear.
I have a small back so its even harded nothing fits me.
I live in the uk so my bras are uk size.
There are only a few bras that come in a K cup and they cost a lot.
I think I need a rich man to buy me my bras lol
 

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Yes, bras for that size cost a lot and it's difficult to find a comfortable one. And,yes, clothing has to be taken in consideration when you have a large chest.

When you find the fit you like in a bra, buy a couple of them and alternate.
 

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Mine seem to be growing too, not sure if it's a monthly fluctuation thing or I'm getting chubbier and that's just where the fat goes?

My sister was a 28E (UK size) when we had her measured a few years ago, then she had a baby and now she's a C or D cup! She didn't have to resort to surgery. So that's an option too lol.
 

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Mine seem to be growing too, not sure if it's a monthly fluctuation thing or I'm getting chubbier and that's just where the fat goes?

My sister was a 28E (UK size) when we had her measured a few years ago, then she had a baby and now she's a C or D cup! She didn't have to resort to surgery. So that's an option too lol.
Oh if ONLY! Mine went from DD up to K after having my kids...
 

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I'm also a bit top heavy (DD), OP, but I've discovered the joys of the Aah Bra. Not terribly sexy to look at, but they do come in some nice colours and they're amazingly comfortable.

https://www.ahhbra.co.uk/

There are some generic brands around which are cheaper, and I also find them to be really good support.
 

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The ahhbra looks like the genie bra which I am sorry to say was to small
Thank you for the info anyway
If anyone knows of a good fitting bra in a K Cup would they please post the link.
Any help would be great.
 

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Thank you Cosmos
I like the Pour Moi St Tropez Full Cup Bra but it does not come in a K Cup
Also Elomi Caitlyn Full Cup Bra is nice again it does not come in a K cup
Same old story aggggggggggg
 

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I have the opposite problem. I've lost 14 pounds now and gone down a cup size. All of my new, amazing bras are too big. Lame.
 

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We have the same issue with one of our daughters. She is Australian size 10G, should really be an 8H, but we have never seen them that size.
I have to order most of her bras online, but recently while holidaying in a large capital city, we found a bra shop that had some her size, so bought her 3. Prior to that, she had 1 very worn out bra.
Younger daughter is a 10C, so no challenge there.
Elder daughter would like a reduction, and in some cases she can get it done under the free health system, but she has to show the size of her boobs impact on her health and well being.
My SIL went down from a K to an E with surgery and she was happy with the results.
 
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