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Re: Bra fitting

Hi Rach58

I bought my mastectomy bras from Marks and Spencers. They are very soft and comfortable. The pockets are great and my prosthesis fits lovely. Plus you don’t pay the VAT.

lots of luck 

Member

Re: Bra fitting

Hi, I use Nicola Jane.

They have super lovely mastectomy bras and the ladies at the shops (at least the one I go to, near Leeds) are really nice, supportive and understanding.

 

I'm a size 34E so really need a good supporting bra, and there I found what I needed, without being frumpy Smiley Happy

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Re: Bra fitting


m@Nik_BCC wrote:

Hi Rach58

 

Hopefully other forum users will reply to your query soon. In the meantime, if you want to talk things through with one of our breast care nurses, our Helpline is open Mon-Fri 9am-4pm and Sat 9am-1pm.

 

Best wishes

Nik



Thanks for your reply Nik. I’m hoping someone can recommend a good tried-and-tested bra fitting service.

Best wishes

Rachel

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Re: Bra fitting

Thanks for your reply Nik. I’m hoping someone can recommend a good tried-and-tested bra fitting service.

Best wishes

Rachel

Community Manager

Re: Bra fitting

Hi Rach58

 

Hopefully other forum users will reply to your query soon. In the meantime, if you want to talk things through with one of our breast care nurses, our Helpline is open Mon-Fri 9am-4pm and Sat 9am-1pm.

 

Best wishes

Nik

Member

Bra fitting

Hi everyone

I’m 10 years post mastectomy, chemo & radiotherapy and really want a decent bra fitting. I have a silicone prosthesis and currently use conventional bras with pockets sewn in. However, I’m not happy with them and don’t want to just ‘make do’! My boobs are saggy and I need a fitting by someone who can give me some good advice about correct sized bras that don’t cost the earth. I initially bought mastectomy bras but didn’t find them comfortable. Hope you can help.

Rachel x