Surgery can leave nipples in new spots, pointing in different directions, oroverall, just more noticeable than before.After surgery, you may want something to protect and smooth out your nipples. All our bras are pocketed, and most come with removable modesty pads. Modesty pads can be great to achieve symmetry, hide nipples, and provide a little extra padding.
Are you looking for post-surgery bras? For some thrivers, it can be tough to find a style that’s suited to their shape after surgery. There are so many possible roads you can take, whether it’s reconstruction, using breast form inserts or being flat and fabulous. There are tons of breast reconstruction bras and pocketed bras for those with a certain type of post-surgery silhouette, but where can you find the best bras for a flat chest?
At AnaOno, we celebrate flat and fabulous individuals every day. That’s why we’re delighted to walk you through what makes a great flat bra and show you where you can find them. Learn more about bras for flat chests and discover unique styles you’ll love on our site.
Train like an angel? Nah. Train like a previvor. If you've tested positive for a genetic mutation (like the BRCA gene), and have decided to take the brave step of getting a preventative double mastectomy, we see you girl! That was NOT an easy choice, but you are taking life by the reins and becoming your own superhero. As far as we're concerned, you're badass AF.
Figuring out what kind of bra you should invest your hard earned money in after your mastectomy can sometimes feel like the huge obstacle in feeling like yourself again. If you're frustrated or confused about what you should be looking for in a post-mastectomy recovery bra, we can help you! Follow along for the key identifiers to look for while shopping for the perfect post-mastectomy bralette.
We know how scary and overwhelming the preparation for your breast cancer surgery is, and we are always here to help you, and to give you a few tips we have picked up along the way. Read along for support and advice from the open-hearted, generous members of the AnaOno Community, and from breast cancer previvors, survivors and thrivers who’ve been through it too.
Why I Had Explant Surgery: Almost exactly eight years to the day, this past January, I had explant surgery. I had not been feeling well for years and hoped the explant would help, which it did. Equally importantly, I did not feel whole, sexy or connected to my implanted chest. It always felt foreign to me.