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    Maybe it's the bone/wire in the bra that's hurting you..?

    If so just wear a bra without the bone/wire. And don't wear a bra in bed, I don't anyway.

    I always get measured at M&S. They're always accurate and I've never had any problems with my bras, I personally think they're really comfy, but obvs that's because I've got the right size for my cups. Have you gone to them? If you haven't then I urge you to because there's nothing like saggy breasts tbh is there?! And if you do go there tell them the problems you've had and they should be able to help you .
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Apparently wearing bras actually leads to sagginess not the other way round, google it.
    How is that possible?!
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    You haven't been fitted properly.

    Go to Bravissimo.
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    Try wearing a bikini? I know it sounds silly but you can get halter-neck ones that are like bras just not as tight, don't have underwires but they are still 'supportive'?
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    take it off then.
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    I wear bra when ever I am outside
    but when I am at home there is no point.

    When ever I come home and change clothes I make
    sure I take my bra off . Otherwise it is uncomfortable
    plus I am not that big size ..also I dont wear it when I sleep,
    So it's not that bad.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well my boobs are quite large I think they will make a great significance to what I'm wearing..I don't know whether to risk it, or just get surgery done when i'm older
    You talk about it like it's as easy as getting a haircut. Don't be such an idiot.
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    forgive the slight male cluelessness... why on earth would anybody wear one at night?
    Girls do - I don't but all my friends will when we stay at each others houses ... If I'm at a party and crashing though I'd feel naked not wearing one
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    forgive the slight male cluelessness... why on earth would anybody wear one at night?
    Um I used to because it was habit really... I don't anymore, MUCH more comfortable!

    I honestly can't explain why I did before tbh.
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    (Original post by lilyrawstorne)
    Girls do - I don't but all my friends will when we stay at each others houses ... If I'm at a party and crashing though I'd feel naked not wearing one
    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    Um I used to because it was habit really... I don't anymore, MUCH more comfortable!

    I honestly can't explain why I did before tbh.
    fair enough i always thought they looked really uncomfortable. i personally can't wear anything in bed, if i do my body just decides to take it off in the middle of the night anyway.

    has occasionally led to my friends feeling slightly awkward if a duvets slipped off... but i think they're all just used to it now
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    fair enough i always thought they looked really uncomfortable. i personally can't wear anything in bed, if i do my body just decides to take it off in the middle of the night anyway.

    has occasionally led to my friends feeling slightly awkward if a duvets slipped off... but i think they're all just used to it now
    LOL! I get freezing cold unless its summer so I've adapted to wearing PJs. :cool:
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    LOL! I get freezing cold unless its summer so I've adapted to wearing PJs. :cool:
    i just find someone to snuggle up to ... again potential awkwardness.... ahah
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    Go to another place to be fitted
    I go to M&S or John Lewis.

    Theyre all good.
    I used to hate wearing one but its fine now
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    if you wear a bra you should forget that you're wearing it, but try a non- wired or sports bra, if all else fails, you don't have to wear a bra if you don't want to (but you may get teased if your nipples show through) hope this helped xx
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    forgive the slight male cluelessness... why on earth would anybody wear one at night?
    I don't know... I never do, it always feels so uncomfortable. That, and my mother told me it's bad to.

    I've never asked anyone else if they do.
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    I just as equally hate girls who wear bras....
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It's so frustrating wearing a Bra I hate wearing it. I feel trapped and it hurts- I've been measured by numerous amounts of bra specialists for the &quot;right bra&quot; but it never comes out okay. My boobs aren't saggy. I wear a bra all the time I just hate the feeling of being suffocated.
    Do any girls feel the same?
    Boys..I'm not sure whether you're welcome to this discussion
    Are you .Ali. by any chance?
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    (Original post by Charlottelisabeth)
    How is that possible?!
    Something like if you're wearing a bra then you're not letting your boobs learn how to support themselves a bit like if you carried your arm around in a sling all the time your arm would obviously have no muscle or w/e.

    Personally I could never not wear a bra cos I'm a 32G but if I was a bit smaller I would probably not wear one.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Try a different store? My (?ex)gf is well endowed so she goes to triumph.
    This warrants a thread all in itself!! bad times dude
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    You might be wearing the wrong size. If it feels suffocating, try going up a back size or a cup size If you want to get fitted, go to Bravissimo. They're the best around!

    Failing that, try bras without underwiring and such.

    Have a look at http://www.investinyourchest.co.uk/ it's an underwear blog that one of my friend runs and it's got all sorts of fitting advice and such like on there
 
 
 
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