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recommendations for post surgery bra

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recommendations for post surgery bra

Post by dangleberry on 13th December 2015, 6:50 pm

I haven't worn a bra since my surgery (10 days ago) - surgeon said I didn't mean to.

I don't feel as though I need the support, but I just feel a bit exposed wearing certain things, e.g.a T shirt, & feel as though I need some nipple coverage if nothing else!

Want to get a non-wired to start with, would like it to be as pretty/sexy as poss (never bought a non-wired bra, I always assume they are a bit ugly but hopefully I am wrong!).

Budget about £25 but hopefully a bit less.

Anyone recommend anything?
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Re: recommendations for post surgery bra

Post by Charlii on 13th December 2015, 10:32 pm

If your surgeon has told you no bra for post op care, then you don't want a 'bra' bra. You want a comfort bra. Something that is a cover up, with no support. A lot of girls like the belvia. You also want to look at the yoga crop top styles. But stay clear of any actual bras until you have your all clear from the surgeon, you don't want to put your aftercare at risk

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Re: recommendations for post surgery bra

Post by Twinky on 14th December 2015, 9:20 am

I was told to recover braless too, so know exactly where your coming from. Needing the nipple coverage! Boobs

The Belvia or Genie bra is your best bet. Amazon do some little crop top style tops too. There ok, but cheap and cheerful, and I could still see my nipples through them some days!

I would say go for the belvia or genie. I still sleep in mine now cos there so comfy.

Good Luck
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Re: recommendations for post surgery bra

Post by Carrierowland on 15th December 2015, 4:57 pm

I got a pack of 3 from Amazon for £12 bargain xx
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