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Post by ScotsGirl78 on 29th August 2016, 2:52 pm

Anyone tried these?

I tried one today and it was really comfortable (for the short time I had it on). 

I didn't buy it as it isn't strictly the non-wired bra I'm supposed to buy. 

What do you think? I found it comfortable and it didn't dig in at all - but would I be breaking the 'rules'?

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Post by BkozK on 29th August 2016, 3:05 pm

No seem it, but I'd double check with your ps if you've not yet been given the all clear xx
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Post by ScotsGirl78 on 29th August 2016, 3:37 pm

I've basically been told to move to non-wired at 6weeks po then it's up to me when I want to move to wires. 

Hard to know what to do!

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Post by BkozK on 29th August 2016, 4:14 pm

If that triumph Is comfy then it may be a good first wired bra to start off in when your ready. It took me ages to wean myself back into wires xx
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Post by ScotsGirl78 on 29th August 2016, 4:17 pm

Yes the thought of wires makes me a bit queasy!

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Post by BkozK on 29th August 2016, 4:37 pm

Their no where near my scars but I found they really hurt my ribs x
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Post by Lucy106 on 29th August 2016, 5:57 pm

I tried this one on at my 6 week mark and it isn't officially a wired bra - the 'wire' is so soft and flexible - I was told they were ok to wear.  I didn't buy it in the end, despite it being comfortable as I didn't like the look of it - just wasn't my style maybe! I got cleared for any bras at my 6 week check - wired or unwired as long as it was comfortable. x
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Post by Ftmum1986 on 30th August 2016, 4:14 pm

Ooh I've not heard of this bra but will keep a look out. I'm not sure yet what my PS will say on Thursday about normal bras, wires or not, I'm just hoping he says I can ditch the sports bras!!
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