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Michelle Davis
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Registered On: August 19, 2021
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Hi Tonya,

One suggestion I would make to save money is to get a bra fitting.  I just started down the breast form road myself and went to a mastectomy boutique to get fitted.  You could get fitted for a bra lats of places.  My under breast measurement is 37 with 38 over the nipples and I have always bought 38C bras.  Turns out the right bra size for me is a 42A.  I don’t think I would have ever got there on my own.  An A cup just didn’t sound right to me but it turns out that a lady with a 42 band has very big boobs and an A cup works perfect for me with a size 7 breast form.  I opted for a contact breast form in the triangle shape to fit that bra size.  Having the breast forms feel like real breasts was important for me and the contact forms do feel very real and amazing to me.  They may not stay on braless but right now the new forms stay on fine and I like to wear a bra so that’s not a problem for me if they lose some stickiness .  I also bought a set of forms that attach with double sided tape.  Those hold firm and are great for wearing braless.  Another thing I was able to determine with the fitting was the best form size.  Size 8’s looked great but I wasn’t comfortable with breasts that large.  They would be fine in the house but I think would attract too much attention out in public which is my eventual goal.  The size 6 and 7’s had about the same amount of projection but the 6’s were too narrow for my shoulders and didn’t look as natural as the 7’s.  I am sitting here typing this in my contact forms and bra and I really love the way they make me feel.  No matter how I move or jump or bend they feel like a part of me and I love that feeling.  Downside is they are expensive.  The store gave me a nice discount because I wasn’t using insurance but they are still pricy.  They had a lot of cheaper options I could have gone with if I was ok with a pocket bra.  Another advantage of the fitting was finding the form model with the right amount of curve for your chest.  They generally come in three different curve amounts.  The middle one worked best for me. If you get one too flat the sides of the form will stick out, too concave and they can push in.

The fitting saved me a lot of time and effort and the fitter was very professional about it.  Both times I went to the store as a male which was a bit scary but they go by appointments and I never ran into another customer the two times I was there.  When I called and asked if they would fit a male they said sure no problem.  I guess sales have no gender bias.

Good luck finding the right forms for you and let us know how it goes.

Hugs,

Michelle

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