EVERY brand says that their Small is for younger users who have not had children that and their Large is for those over a certain age and/or have given birth. But what they are called doesn't fall within any range of physical sizes. For example, some "smalls" are larger than some "larges." Don't pick a brand or a size first. The chart I've linked to is divided into three widths and 5 lengths. You know your body best. Figure out where you fall within those length and width categories and then choose from those cups that fall within your fitment parameters.
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