New mother Kristin Cavallari has apparently given up breast feeding, but with her busy workout schedule she could probably use breast support bras until the swelling of being a new mom diminishes.
26-year-old Kristin Cavallari has lost her baby weight, which she attributed to breast feeding, but now she says she is done with it. Instead, she feeds her six month old son “a goat milk concoction that [fiance] Jay [Cutler] found.”
Last year she told UsWeekly, “I started working out when he was 4 weeks old,” she said. “Breastfeeding honestly burns 500 calories a day, so that’s been very helpful. And I’m a healthy eater in general, so I’ve just maintained a healthy lifestyle.”
While more comfortable for new moms with larger breasts than many other bras, breast support bras are also suitable for use following breast augmentation, breast Implants, breast lift (Mastopexy), breast reduction, breast reconstruction. However, they can also be a comfortable alternative for new mothers.
A breast support bra gives compression and support, minimizes remaining swelling, flushes the body out of potentially harmful fluids, and improves blood circulation.
The extra support is comfortable for sore breasts and the seamless design works well under clothes without unsightly bulges.
As a new mother, the last thing you have time for is extra laundry, but the breast support bras can be handwashed like other delicate undergarments.
It is commonly recommended to purchase more than one breast support bras so that you have an alternate to wear between washings.
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