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Post by Boobiesplease! on 3rd May 2016, 2:01 pm

Ladies who have used Macom surgical bras.... They have put mine on and the seam at the bottom is right on my stitches.... I can't remember if this is right or if I should be pulling it down further. I'm reluctant to touch it because of my bottoming out, and wondering whether I moved it a lot last time and thus it didn't push on the stitches to help close the pocket.
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Post by BkozK on 4th May 2016, 9:26 am

Sorry can't help, I didn't wear a macom but the surgical bra I wore didn't touch my wounds if that of any use. I think if it's not rubbing and causing pain it's probably fine. Sure a macom user will be along soon. Hope your feeling ok today xx
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Post by Lucy106 on 4th May 2016, 8:51 pm

Mine was below the stitches - I don't think it should be rubbing on them - I would adjust the straps and pull it down a bit if I were u - sounds like it's sitting a bit too high. Swelling makes it feel irritable tho - I remember that! X
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