Definition: Breastfeeding underwear is stretchable in both vertical and horizontal directions, made of soft elastic material. The operation is simple and can only leak one nipple for breastfeeding. Soft and unconstrained, it feels very soft and comfortable to wear. Loose fitting feel, even with a towel inside, there is no sense of pressure.

Reason for use:

1. Starting from the third month of pregnancy, the chest becomes larger. If a regular bra is still used, it will compress the breast and reduce the amount of breast milk. Maternal sweat glands are active and easy to sweat, and the change of maternal temperature is easy to cause Mastitis.

2. The special lactation cover for postpartum takes health and comfort as the design element. In terms of material selection, special attention is paid to increasing air permeability and moisture absorption to prevent temperature rise and reduce the occurrence of Mastitis.

3. The front opening design is convenient for breastfeeding and is an essential postpartum product.

Selection method

Appropriate size—Choose a full cup that can hold the entire breast, as it can provide strong support for the breasts.

Front opening buckle—Mothers must choose underwear that opens at the front or cups that can be opened because there is no need to put it on and off back and forth when breastfeeding the baby, which is both convenient and clean.

Comfortable fabric—Our underwear fabric must be made of pure cotton knitted fabric, which will not be too hard to prevent it from touching the breasts. After giving birth to a baby, mothers should wear soft fabric clothing instead of synthetic or rough clothing, while also preventing adverse stimulation of the nipples. Choose materials that are not dyed, as this can ensure that they are harmless to the skin and will not affect the baby’s health.

Shoulder straps should be wide—When mothers choose underwear, they should also pay attention to the issue of shoulder straps. If the direction of the shoulder strap is vertical, it is best to be wider, so that even fuller breasts will not make the mother feel shoulder pain.

When cleaning underwear, it is best not to use bleach, laundry detergent, laundry detergent, and other detergents containing certain chemicals. Instead, use disinfectant soap. After washing, rinse thoroughly before soaking the underwear in clean water for a while. Special attention should also be paid to the fact that newly purchased underwear must undergo this process of soaking for at least 1 hour. At the same time, the underwear should be dried in a ventilated area after being exposed to sunlight for half an hour. After drying, the underwear should be stored separately and should not be mixed with other clothes. Before mothers wear it, it is best to shake off the free fiber attached to the underwear with force to avoid stimulating the nipple and causing Lactiferous duct obstruction.

Types of nursing underwear

With the continuous development of science, many expectant mothers born in the 1980s want to experience the beauty of pregnancy. Clothing technology is also constantly developing, resulting in the emergence of various types of breastfeeding underwear. These underwear generally have the advantages of convenience, versatility, and aesthetics as a whole. The variety of breastfeeding underwear has also changed from single to multiple.

Breastfeeding bra (with steel ring)–Many pregnant women during pregnancy or lactation may worry that the steel ring may affect breastfeeding and blood circulation. If you are considering your own body shape, it is better to wear a loop, otherwise, there may be serious sagging problems. For example, choosing a plastic loop is more comfortable and there is basically no pressure. There is a window on the bra cup that can be opened at any time.

Breastfeeding bra (without steel ring)—A breastfeeding bra that has no sense of restraint and is made of a more stylish material, even without a steel ring, it will effectively fold up.

Breastfeeding halter top—Breastfeeding straps are a popular fashion element with a breastfeeding function and a double-layer design on the inside and outside of the cup cover. Fit the curves of pregnant and postpartum women.

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