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Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

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Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

Post by Rachel_v2 on 11th November 2016, 10:45 pm

Hi there,

I'm a little over two weeks from my op and getting things ready... I've been recommended to wear a sports bra rather than the usual MACOM, as my PS prefers the combination of sports bra and tape, rather than specialist bras, to ensure fluffing. Is this a usual thing? Everyone seems to be wearing the specialist bras and it has me a little worried...
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Re: Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

Post by Mammamia on 15th November 2016, 6:16 pm

Lots of surgeons prefer sports bras
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Re: Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

Post by Rachel_v2 on 16th November 2016, 3:06 pm

OK, thanks :-)
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Re: Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

Post by muddypaws on 16th November 2016, 10:24 pm

Mine recommended just to wear a crop top, it's all down to the surgeon and what they feel is best for you personally, absolutely no need to worry Hun.

Good luck, and enjoy the journey x
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Re: Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

Post by Mammamia on 19th November 2016, 8:49 pm

Sorry I've just realised that most of my reply above is missing!! It must have sounded very blunt!!! But i agree with muddy paws!
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Re: Sports bras rather than MACOM post op?

Post by Twinky on 19th November 2016, 10:18 pm

Just to echo what the others have said, every surgeon as well as every patient is different.
I was told to go braless...totally throughout my recovery. So from day 1 as soon as i had had my surgery i was braless.

Good luck with it all
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