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Acceptance / Re: Larger than spouse
« Last post by GeorgeIII on November 20, 2019, 11:19:22 PM »
I have noticed mine are more front and center after years of wearing bras.
It seems reasonable that the breasts are as malleable as the rest of the body, perhaps even more. With enough time, even slight pressure can cause the body to adopt a new shape. There are braces to move teeth and bones around, reshaping contacts to correct one's vision, and even neck elongation as practiced by some African cultures. I often see the marks left by tight wristwatch bands, CPAP face masks, eyeglass bows, and even my own socks. It happens.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by Johndoe1 on November 20, 2019, 08:17:26 PM »
I too believe I look better in a bra. A bra gives me a better looking shape that is easy to hide if I want to or to show off, if I want to. Wearing a bra has given me more control how the girls look and act. That is a control I have never had over them before and that has really been a huge plus since I control what they look like. Having a better physical and emotional feeling does really translate into more confidence and better self esteem.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by Bridge on November 20, 2019, 07:28:06 PM »
  Same for me.  I have and do feel better wearing and like the shape provided but need to build up the confidence more.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by prc7966 on November 20, 2019, 07:20:24 PM »
It feels like a good fit to me, even though there's some slippage after normal activity it still supports well with a small Gap in the upper cup. The bra in my pic is the Dominique mystique minimizer that gyneco_jason posted on the acceptance garments part of the forum. I feel like my boobs are more obvious without a bra. I get the bra gives them shape and not necessarily a masculine one, but without they bounce a move all over the place and eventually start to hurt a good deal. Not to mention catching a good bump in the road in my stuff riding old truck. 
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by Bridge on November 20, 2019, 07:13:02 PM »
I got my first underwire the other day and I'm loving the fit so far. Haven't worn it to work yet, maybe this week sometime. Lots of bending and twisting at work so I'm not sure how that would go.
From your pic. I can see you look good wearing and can only think it feels better.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by Bridge on November 20, 2019, 07:10:08 PM »
Today was my first day.  I felt good, a bit of self-conciousness  but it went well.  I did feel better. In the end I know no one ever noticed.
I think I even looked better.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by prc7966 on November 20, 2019, 07:06:07 PM »
I got my first underwire the other day and I'm loving the fit so far. Haven't worn it to work yet, maybe this week sometime. Lots of bending and twisting at work so I'm not sure how that would go.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by Bridge on November 20, 2019, 07:03:24 PM »
 I too have tried a pull over and I just can't do it with the shoulder issues I have.  an they just aren't that supportive for any type of activity.  I in turn have found the back hook underwire to be just fine and is working well.  I'm still new to this but am embracing it and finding comfort as a result.
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Acceptance / Re: To bra, or not to bra
« Last post by prc7966 on November 20, 2019, 06:54:16 PM »
I started with pullover sports bras for the invisibility factor but soon found that all the ones I'd wasted money on had some sort of fatal flaw for me either by overcompressing me or the racerback pulling in my neck or the low impact ones being closer to zero impact. I tried the rear hook ones and fell in love with the support they offered me without hurting me. I've branched out from the glamorise sports bras (1166 is the number if you're interested) and i wear a normal bra a good deal of the time too. In fact I had a few Bali bras I wore every day work and home but they stretched out very prematurely.  Have yet to receive a comment from the people who aren't my wife. 
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U.K. / River Medical vs Karidis
« Last post by doimakethisaboobreference on November 20, 2019, 06:40:39 PM »
Has anyone here had any experience with River Medical in N.I. or the R.O.I.?

I originally was looking at Dr. Karidis for surgery, but as I will be needing to borrow money off my father for the surgery, I'm taking his input as well. He thought it would end up being much more expensive than getting it done locally, and suggested River Medical instead. I looked on their website, but they don't seem to have any before/after pictures and don't have a wealth of information it. I know it's quite a simple surgery, but I'm hesitant to jump in with a place without a lot of evidence as to their previous surgeries, as I'm quite worried about scar tissue. I don't know how much this really comes down to the surgeon though, maybe I'm overestimating their importance.

Although, I know the standard price for Dr. Karidis is around £4/5000, and really I think it would be the same at River Medical, that seems to be a general price. That said, I know there would be extra costs involved with having it one abroad, and I know this would bring up other problems.

So just asking really, if anyone has dealt with River Medical and can offer any review? Also your thoughts on whether it's worth travelling to someone who is seen as the top surgeon, or better to have it done without boarding a plane and that additional stress.

Thanks!
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