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    Wink Vercella Vita Italian Shapewear TSV 13/05/19

    the next Vercella Vita Italian Shapewear TSV is on the 13/05/19

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    Vercella Vita Medium Control Set of 4 Bras TSV 13/05/19

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    Vercella Vita Medium Control 2 Butterfly Design & 2 Plain Bras Pack of 4 TSV 13/05/19 49.98 + post
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    I have just discovered that if you have a hiatus hernia that you shouldn’t be wearing under wired bras, and this sort of thing is recommended to prevent pain.
    Whilst I know they don’t quite support you as a normal wired bra, they are at least pain free for me.
    Ideal for wearing under loose or dark clothing when you get away without wearing a normal bra.
    I’m going to try wearing 2 at once for a little more support.
    It’s just a shame that if you have big boobs, there is very little available anywhere.
    It’s the same for bikini tops, try getting one in a large size with no wires - I’m going to try to make my own bikini tops now, since I can’t buy what I need!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkywinky150 View Post
    I have just discovered that if you have a hiatus hernia that you shouldn’t be wearing under wired bras, and this sort of thing is recommended to prevent pain.
    Whilst I know they don’t quite support you as a normal wired bra, they are at least pain free for me.
    Ideal for wearing under loose or dark clothing when you get away without wearing a normal bra.
    I’m going to try wearing 2 at once for a little more support.
    It’s just a shame that if you have big boobs, there is very little available anywhere.
    It’s the same for bikini tops, try getting one in a large size with no wires - I’m going to try to make my own bikini tops now, since I can’t buy what I need!
    I hope I don’t offend anyone here as I can assure you that this would be the last thing I intend. Anyway after many years having difficulty getting a comfortable bra (no decent fitters here and chain store fitter are totally useless in my experience) I sort of managed with TShirt underwire bras but the brand I used stopped doing my size. The only bra I could get which wasn’t under wired, soft padded (hate nipple show at my age) was a M&S post surgery bra. They are not glamorous and no colour choice but they are really comfortable and supportive. I feel bad buying them when I’m not using them for their intended customer, as said don’t want to appear I’m making light of ladies who have no choice.
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    Thanks for that information - have just had a look, but not much available in my size, and most of the ones that are have a zip at front which is likely to press on problem area.
    But definitely worth a look, thanks and another avenue to peruse, maternity bras may also be worth a look.
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    Underwire bras aren’t recommended for mastectomy prosthesis wearers damage from wires invalidate prosthesis warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkywinky150 View Post
    Thanks for that information - have just had a look, but not much available in my size, and most of the ones that are have a zip at front which is likely to press on problem area.
    But definitely worth a look, thanks and another avenue to peruse, maternity bras may also be worth a look.
    The ones I got from marks are normal with little internal pockets which I obviously don’t use, not underwired and not zipped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loveallthingsitalian View Post
    I hope I don’t offend anyone here as I can assure you that this would be the last thing I intend. Anyway after many years having difficulty getting a comfortable bra (no decent fitters here and chain store fitter are totally useless in my experience) I sort of managed with TShirt underwire bras but the brand I used stopped doing my size. The only bra I could get which wasn’t under wired, soft padded (hate nipple show at my age) was a M&S post surgery bra. They are not glamorous and no colour choice but they are really comfortable and supportive. I feel bad buying them when I’m not using them for their intended customer, as said don’t want to appear I’m making light of ladies who have no choice.
    Thanks for this. I'm constantly searching too. Do the surgery bras give support & uplift? Mine are Probably DD & non wired can make them look like bags of sand. The Doreen is very supportive but the really wide bands just rub under my armpits & it shows under vest tops etc....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkywinky150 View Post
    I have just discovered that if you have a hiatus hernia that you shouldn’t be wearing under wired bras, and this sort of thing is recommended to prevent pain.
    Whilst I know they don’t quite support you as a normal wired bra, they are at least pain free for me.
    Ideal for wearing under loose or dark clothing when you get away without wearing a normal bra.
    I’m going to try wearing 2 at once for a little more support.
    It’s just a shame that if you have big boobs, there is very little available anywhere.
    It’s the same for bikini tops, try getting one in a large size with no wires - I’m going to try to make my own bikini tops now, since I can’t buy what I need!
    I have not had surgery that affects my boobs but years ago did have haemo dialysis & had to have a line in my neck to dialyse through. Bra straps often used to catch on it that caused a lot of pain so I found these sorts of bras invaluable(I usually wear underwired so took me a while to get used to) When I had ovarian cancer a few years back I went back to wearing these bras as they are so comfy & don't irritate sensitive skin either. I have heard of people wearing two at a time but I found them fine. I am still suffering with loss of muscle tone due to a huge scar from a full hysterectomy & find Vercellas camis & pants fab for keeping everything held in. I get mine from the QVC outlet shop sometimes (only the sealed boxes so I know they haven't been worn)

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