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        09-29-2013, 01:16 AM
    Green Broke
    Surgery is set for Oct. 21st. I go get blood work done next week, Pre-OP with surgeon on the 15th, then Pre-OP with the hospital on the 16th.
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        10-01-2013, 07:08 PM
    Green Broke
    Got blood drawn for blood work yesterday. All is normal!
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        10-04-2013, 11:00 PM
    Green Broke
    16 DAYS!!!! UGG Hurry the bleep up! I so can't wait!
        10-04-2013, 11:18 PM
    I can imagine it'll be a relief. I wonder about getting myself one, but I think my hubby would be very discontent if I did lol. It only really bothers me if I stand for long periods of time. Last bra I bought was a 36C, so I'm not incredibly endowed, but enough to make my back ache lol.

    I hope your procedure goes well :)
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        10-04-2013, 11:26 PM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by Hang on Fi    
    I can imagine it'll be a relief. I wonder about getting myself one, but I think my hubby would be very discontent if I did lol. It only really bothers me if I stand for long periods of time. Last bra I bought was a 36C, so I'm not incredibly endowed, but enough to make my back ache lol.

    I hope your procedure goes well :)
    36C is a dream! Lol I'm not sure where I am at size wise, I forgot XD lol

    *rips off bra* I am oozing out of a 48DDD
        10-05-2013, 04:53 AM
    Green Broke
    Hangonfi - if you are only a C cup and your back is hurting from your bust, your bra deffinatly doesnt fit properly!

    C cup is tiny. I've just had to go up to a 32GG
        10-05-2013, 06:32 AM
    I never have "spillage" or an issue where I would associate it with being too small, but I will certainly try something the next time I hit the store :)

    It wouldn't surprise me though as I did go from 170 to 215 in a month courtesy of BC *sigh*.
        10-05-2013, 06:42 AM
    Green Broke
    Hangonfi, do you ever have your bra strap ride up your back? Do you get red marks on your shoulders from the straps? When you put your bra on does it sit perfectly parallell to the floor and stay there?

    99% of the time it isnt the cup size that is wrong its the back size. Many many people wear a bra with a back size far far too big for them. I'm not dainty, I wear a UK 14 clothing and weigh over 12 stone (168lb) but am only a 32 back, most shops want to put me in a 38 DD but that ends up in my bust and back hurting. I found Bravissimo stores, they fit bras differently to traditional shops and my 32GG bra fits properly, gives all the support fram othe back band, I no longer get back ache, I no longer get red marks on my shoulders and I can even do sitting trot in a pretty plunge bra and not hurt (used to be unable even in a sports bra). When I first put the 32 on it felt uncomfortably tight but an hour later It was so much better!
    I'd put money on the fact that you are wearing the wrong back size, just remember that if your back size goes down your cupsize may have to go up to compensate.
    Bravissimo have a very good fitting guide here:
    Perfect Fit Guide | Bravissimo
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        10-05-2013, 10:40 AM
    I totally agree with Faye, ALL women should go and get a proper bra fitting, but us more voluptuous types, well it is so so important. I was horrified when I was told that I needed to go up a couple of cup sizes, and down a band size or two, but ahhh the relief.
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        10-06-2013, 09:45 AM
    Green Broke
    If I went down a strap size, it would cut me in half! I already get marks around the band, and it gets a stinging pain from digging into me. I've gained a lot of weight though since I stopped riding. 50 lbs to be exact. Between the depression and the not being as active, it adds up. I can't wait to go for walks without being cripple by the time I get done.

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