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Compression bra once healed

Post by LittleFry on 3rd April 2016, 11:42 am

Hi girls,

Is it a bad idea to keep wearing a compression bra (Macom) at night once completely healed and boobs have settled and dropped (i.e. 1 year after mastopexy)?

I've been doing that and I am worried I might have been flattening my boobs :(

Any advice on this?

Thanks
LittleFry x
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Re: Compression bra once healed

Post by Lucy106 on 3rd April 2016, 3:50 pm

I sometimes wear mine in bed at night (macom) - I think a lot of the ladies wear them at night even years post op. My surgeon told me it's great support. I don't think you'd be able to flatten them as they are a liquid substance so pop back into shape again! X
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Re: Compression bra once healed

Post by BkozK on 3rd April 2016, 6:16 pm

My ps gave me a minimum time lenght to wear my support garment but no maximum limit. I always sleep in a genie/belvia and sometimes my surgical bra and will continue to do so xx
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Re: Compression bra once healed

Post by dling1 on 4th April 2016, 7:57 am

I'm 19 months post op and always sleep in a belvia or my macom, on the odd occasion I free-boob I always wake up a bit achey and wish I hadn't :-) x
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Re: Compression bra once healed

Post by LittleFry on 9th April 2016, 1:39 pm

Thank you for your replies, girls.
I feel a bit less worried, though I should have specified that I don't have implants, I just had a mastopexy (no implants), so my boobies aren't liquid lol :p

Thank you
LittleFry x
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Re: Compression bra once healed

Post by BkozK on 9th April 2016, 6:27 pm

I don't think it makes any difference being natural or implant, there can't be any harm in supporting your boobs at night. We do during the day so why not at night xx
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