(It's also not true that underwire bras cause breast cancer.) Some women want to wear a bra to bed because they think it feels more comfortable.
There is no “right way” to approach mastectomy and reconstruction (or lack of it).
There is only the way that is best for you, your preferences, and your healing.
' as in, she had no idea I even had boobs, so it got mixed reviews." Daniela said, "I showed my boyfriend and he said it looked better in pictures than it did in real life.
' as in, she had no idea I even had boobs, so it got mixed reviews." Alexis (above) said, "I generally feel pretty good about my cleavage.
You've probably heard all sorts of rumors, both positive and negative, about wearing a bra at night.
But the truth is, there's no scientific basis to any of them.
Then try running an errand or going out for coffee without your prosthesis.
You’ll probably find that people don’t notice the difference, or if they do, it’s not a big deal.
Some women who want no reconstruction say their doctors just assumed they wanted reconstruction or that they’ve felt pressured by their doctors or family members to have reconstruction.
If you feel that your doctor isn’t fully listening to you or isn’t taking your choice of no reconstruction seriously, make an appointment with another surgeon to get a second opinion.
Gently brush the shading in, toward your nipple, to get rid of the harsh line and make it look like a natural shadow.