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Sorry If A Bit Personal For Ladies

Sorry If A Bit Personal For Ladies

I wear sports bras as they are a tiny bit comfier however i have bought some camisoles with a built in bra but dont think i have found the right ones however i have to wear nipple covers due to wearing the bras i wear due to work and living with my dad and brother (want to be appropriate). With wearing the covers my nipples are getting itchy. Does anyone have any advice. So sorry again as it is so personal.

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I wear sports bras all of the time nowadays that I found to be so comfortable and my nippers don't show I order them and some of them are expensive I have the front snaps and the pull over. I love them I don't have to have the straps digging into my shoulders and FIBROMIAGIA DON'T like regular bras and FIBROMIAGIA DON'T CARE about how you feel you have to find something that works for you I hope this helps.

posted 5 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

You can get padded sports bras or you can but the insert pads and stitch into existing bras. The problems us women face 🙄. Hope you find some comfort also vaseline stops sores from rubbing 🤗

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Should give cotton nursing pads they have for breastfeeding moms a try. Just slide them inside your sports bra and wash them when you wash your bra. They are a bit expensive to purchase at first, but they last forever and are so soft and provide good nip coverage.

posted 5 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I wear Bali bralettes. I've cut up cotton underpants and light weight terry fabric to make nipple cover inserts. You need a soft breathable fabric. I like the nursing pad idea from a comment. I find the rubbery inserts that come with some bralettes to be very irritating. Many great ideas! This is the place to ask any question. Many wonderful supporters!! Good luck!

edited, originally posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I have been through more than 20 bras. Always trying to find one that is smooth or soft against my skin AND OFFERS SUPPORT. I have several Breezie (QVC) and Rhonda Sheer (HSN). They remind me of an “Elevated sports bra”.

posted 4 months ago
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