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Post by adele49704 on 15th November 2015, 8:02 pm

I'm 8 weeks post op and was wondering is it ok to sleep some night without a bra on?
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Post by Contemptuous on 15th November 2015, 8:22 pm

I'm six weeks post op and I sleep braless. Try it and see if it's comfortable.
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Post by Charlii on 15th November 2015, 8:24 pm

Have you been told you can? Your surgeon would have given you instruction as to when you can go without. However, it's advisable to keep wearing a bra at night, even if it's just a low impact crop top. You've paid a lot of money for your new boobs, you'll want to keep them looking good for as long as possible.

Also, a lot of girls find that they still get sore and achy this early post op if they go braless. But like I said, as long as you have the all clear, do whatever you feel most comfortable doing.

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Post by Hattie73 on 15th November 2015, 8:24 pm

Hi... I sleep without a bra and have done since about 6 weeks I think, in fact might have been earlier...  My ps was ok with this too... If your ps is not against it and it is comfortable for you I would go for it... I definitely feel comfier at night without a bra but everyone is different !... Hope that helps you a bit xx
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Post by adele49704 on 15th November 2015, 8:43 pm

My surgeon never said about whether it's ok to go braless or not I've not seen him since I've had the operation and don't see him  until 3rd December xx
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Post by Asorrell81 on 15th November 2015, 8:56 pm

My surgeon has said to wear a sports bra at nighttime as much as possible after and way beyond the the op.
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Post by chrystal867 on 16th November 2015, 6:38 am

I'd call and ask if it's okaii and if that's how your comfy then your choice personally I still couldn't I ache just after taking a bath or shower I defo still need the support of my bra lol xxx
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Post by Lucy106 on 16th November 2015, 8:30 am

I was a bit disappointed to learn from the girls on here that it's best to wear a bra in bed post op! I sleep naked so it will be odd wear clothes! Besides I had romantic visions of me floating around the bedroom wearing some silky little nightdresses!! I might compromise and go for those tops with hidden support - maybe you could try those as a middle ground? Check with surgeon first obviously! X
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Post by BkozK on 16th November 2015, 9:11 am

I had to be 24/7 bra for first 6 weeks the a further 6 weeks of surgical bra at night. Best to ring surgeon for advise just incase, you don't want to invalidate your after care xx
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Post by Carrierowland on 16th November 2015, 9:35 am

I was told to wear Macon for 6 weeks then go to a non wired for another 6 weeks then onto wires at 12 weeks. I still wear one of a night as it more comfy. X
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Post by mrskelly on 16th November 2015, 10:03 am

This is another thing im not looking forward to. Ive never slept in a bra as i just find it really uncomfortable. But I suppose i will have to look after the new boobs so needs must. x
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Post by Twinky on 16th November 2015, 10:35 am

I was told it really doesn't matter.
My implants are under the muscle so my ps said this in itself is support, but if for comfort I prefer to wear one, then sure go ahead!

I occasionally sleep braless but feels much comfier with one on, and I feel a bit achey without it too. Pre-op I always slept braless but there was nothing there that needed support! shrug

Its just easier when you turn over and stuff not to keep adjusting em and stuff, imo.

I just wear my genie or belvia. There non-wired and soo soft and comfy! yes
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Post by BkozK on 16th November 2015, 12:58 pm

My genie and belvia bras are so comfy, they will become my bed bras x
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Post by Carrierowland on 16th November 2015, 2:30 pm

Twinky is that the case if you have unders they will stay there better than unders will move??? Xx
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Post by Twinky on 16th November 2015, 4:09 pm

I think that was just MY surgeons opinion, as he said he didn't believe in bra's period. Said he prefers au naturel...ironic eh!

But I just feel so much better in one at bedtimes.
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Post by BkozK on 16th November 2015, 6:01 pm

A friend of mine has unders, her ps wanted her to go braless as much as possible after 6 weeks. Said it was to allow gravity to help the muscle and skin to stretch, she was extremely flat chested though. Mine are overs and I don't think I'll ever go braless other than showering and bedtime fun. Do not want gravity helping mine go south lol x
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Post by Charlii on 16th November 2015, 7:44 pm

Unders will give you a degree of additional support, as youve got the muscle helping out too, but its very little. You dont need as much support sleeping as you do during the day, i wear minimum support.

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