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Post op bra for lift and implants?

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Post op bra for lift and implants?

Post by _wildflower_ on 21st April 2015, 12:02 pm

I am getting an enlargement with a benelli /doughnut lift.

I am just looking for post op comfy bras. Should I get different sizes to accommodate for swelling?

If anyone has experience/advice to share that would be so helpful to me

Thanks! xo
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Re: Post op bra for lift and implants?

Post by mirren001 on 21st April 2015, 12:19 pm

Everyone's surgeon has different aftercare & will be able to tell you what type of bra they would advise you to wear post op.

Some recommend  a high impact sports bra ,others soft comfort type bra & some have been known to recommended being  braless, it just depends on what surgeon advises specific to you.

There are a few favourites here, you may initially only need a couple of bras , one to wear whilst other is in the wash.

Some like the front fastening bras such as the Macom or M&S Front fastener, and some prefer a back fastener such as the Triumph Tiaction Extreme, the Shock Absorber and the pack of two bargain high impact bras from M&S are getting rave reviews,the cheapest of the lot at only £29 for a pack of two, seems to be getting the best reviews here for both quality and comfort. With a back fastener you can also purchase bra extenders incase you have a lot of swelling.

If you choose the Macom you only need a back size to measure which bra you'll need. This will accomodate any cup size at all. If you also type "MyBreast" into the promo code you'll get 15% off

A little tip for front fasteners,It would always be best to invest in a back fastener also. You can't  predict how much swelling we'll have post-op and for those that have a lot of swelling the front fasteners are just no good at all. The back fasteners however can be used with bra extenders and therefore you can adjust your bra using these to get the most comfortable fit for yourself.
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Re: Post op bra for lift and implants?

Post by sarahlou222 on 21st April 2015, 12:44 pm

Ahhhh I just googled this lift now - god knows what the IT guy will think of work if he sees my history!! Smike

My surgeon said soft cup or no bra, so I wore the macom to begin with, then the Royce! I slept in the M&S twin pack bras which are a bargain! - now I wear the Freya soft cup during the day and have done since 4-5 weeks xx
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Re: Post op bra for lift and implants?

Post by _wildflower_ on 21st April 2015, 12:48 pm

yeah the lift is good! and the scarring minimal I have seen before and afters by my surgeon and she is incredibly neat and because the scar is around the nipple its barely noticeable!

thanks for the advice :D
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Re: Post op bra for lift and implants?

Post by sarahlou222 on 21st April 2015, 4:36 pm

So good when you can see the surgeons work :)
Sounds as if you are very happy with her, very happy for you :) xx
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