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April 21st 08, 10:15 AM
Trying on a bathing suit would be a depressing situation for some
pregnant and expecting mothers. Swimwear would probably be one of the
last items on their mind and they couldn't even imagine themselves
wearing one during their pregnancy with their bulging belly. But the
scorching summer heat and the desire to take a dip in the pool or head
off to the beach for some swimming can actually put aside the self-
consciousness associated with wearing swimwear while pregnant.
Somehow, the beach or the cool pool can be so tempting to dip into.

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Current maternity swimwear has been specially designed to be
comfortable, stylish and practical. These bathing suits have been
creatively designed to accentuate and emphasize a pregnant woman's
curves in all the right places by drawing attention to the positive
and hiding the negative. Maternity swimwear has been carefully created
by swimwear designers and manufacturers to be kind to the pregnant
form with soft cup bras and extra linings being integrated into the
design. The fabrics have also been carefully selected to ensure that
these afford the necessary support while providing enough room for the
belly to grow in as well as to enable both mother and baby to breathe
without the suit being too tight. The fabric used can stretch which
allows the expecting mother to be able to wear it all through her
pregnancy period.