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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Sarbs900 on 14th November 2015, 6:46 pm

What post op bras does everyone recommend?? i want to make sure im getting the right one.

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Post by Asorrell81 on 14th November 2015, 7:46 pm

At my pre op they said te macom bras were great as you don't have to buy cup sizes (and we don't know what cup we will turn out as) so she said they are great, but she did say that the M&S ones were good too as they have a zip which is easier than the macom bras. But I have gone for macom.
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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Charlii on 14th November 2015, 8:49 pm

Jusr splitting this into its own topic :)

This all depends what your surgeon has reccomended for you. They would have indicated whether you need high impact, or if you need to go braless. Each option is equally valid, it all depends on what your surgeon has said for you.

High impact there's the macom, which is good for post op as you only need your band, and it will accomodate up to a HH. There's also the m+s zip up for a front fastening.

Popular backfastening ones are the m+s 2pk high impact, shock absorber run, triumph triaction extreme, and panache non-wired. These can be bought in any bra size, and an expander can be added to account for the swelling. You may see supermarkets selling high impact, but you get what you pay for - a £5 sports bra is going to be rubbish. You're looking at £35-£40 for anything decent, bar m+s.

If you need light impact, or no bra, yoga crop tops and belvia are good as a comfort.

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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Sarbs900 on 14th November 2015, 8:57 pm

My surgeon hasn't actually suggested any bra....are they meant to??

All's i was told was to bring in a sports bra in a 36E
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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Asorrell81 on 14th November 2015, 9:07 pm

I'm getting an uplift and implant and have been advised the best one would be macom but if I can't afford those then the m&s front fastening ones are good too
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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Lucy106 on 15th November 2015, 7:23 am

I've bought 2 macoms ready for post op - surgeon said I have to wear that continuously for 6 weeks but possibly up to 12. Shame as I do like the m&s zip ones but I'll look into those later down the line. Xx
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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Charlii on 15th November 2015, 2:39 pm

Sports bra is such a vague term, there are literally hundreds of different kinds, ranging from low impact yoga crops, which are essentially just a comfort thing, to high impact running bras. I would call your surgeon back and ask him to be more specific.

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Re: post op bra reccomendation

Post by Sarbs900 on 15th November 2015, 9:41 pm

Thank you, will give them a call tomorrow and ask them so i can get prepared
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