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Post by Zozobudsy on 4th February 2016, 8:19 am

Hi I'm just wondering if anyone found a really comfortable soft bra for post op ? 


I've got an m&s sports bra which is very supportive, but I feel like it digs in when I'm trying to sleep, the band feels too tight. It's fiber during the day, but it's when I lay back if hurts. I've also got a Macom which u couldn't get along with, it feels like it's squishing the implants down into my chest.

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Post by Lucy106 on 4th February 2016, 9:05 am

I still wear my macom at night as it do dd it comfortable but it does feel it's squishing them I agree - they look so mishappen in it especially now my boobs are softer!

I'm looking for something comfortable to wear at night too so will watch out for replies! I think some kind of low impact sports bra! X
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Post by Carrierowland on 4th February 2016, 10:15 am

I wear a genie bra from Amazon they was £12 for 3, black, white and beige bargain. Have a look, they are so comfy x
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Post by Charlii on 4th February 2016, 11:31 am

The macom is supposed to feel like that, it's a compression garment. I wore mine to sleep in until a few months ago when I switched to a low impact yoga crop style. But I'm way down the line. You need to make sure you're in the support advised by your surgeon until you have the all clear. Then you can wear what you want at night.

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Post by BkozK on 4th February 2016, 3:57 pm

Yep genie all night long, soooooo comfy, good support (I wear them during day too, but you can't excerise other than a bit of yoga). Totally best bargin on amazon xx
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Post by Lucy106 on 4th February 2016, 4:30 pm

Looking gorgeous BkozK! Xx
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Post by Lucy106 on 4th February 2016, 4:30 pm

I'm going to search for the genie now - good tip ladies! X
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Post by Lucy106 on 4th February 2016, 4:57 pm

Ladies which size genies did u order and were they true to size! I'm struggling as my big boobies probably don't match my size 8-10 frame! Don't want to compromise on the band support but don't want to be falling out my bra either! Any ideas? X
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Post by BkozK on 4th February 2016, 5:49 pm

Thanks Lucy x

I was the same, I'm a 6-8 frame and got the small, they look so tiny and when they arrived I thought no way they're going to fit but they do. I am also very short with not much torso so small is fine on me. X
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Post by Zozobudsy on 4th February 2016, 6:37 pm

Oh my........ the genie looks so lovely & comfortable!  I'm going to buy some definitely! I may not be able to wear those yet as I'm only a week and half post op. But how nice and comfortable for when I can. 
 
Thanks Charlii - I didn't know that! I'll see the nurse again next week so I'll take all the bras in to show her first. X 
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Post by BkozK on 4th February 2016, 7:47 pm

I was aloud to wear mine from 2 weeks as there's no seems and have a wide band x
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