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    Mastectomy bras are different from other bras in many ways. First, they contain extra soft linings. It’s common after breast surgery to have sensitive skin from scarring, especially in the first few months when the skin is healing. This lining ensures the bras will be comfortable for all-day wear. There are also many non-wired options that contain a thick underband and supportive seams which add to the level of secureness and comfort these bras provide. The straps of mastectomy bras are also different in that they are wide and adjustable, giving you a variety of fitting options.
    AnaOno and Amoena are teaming up to help you shape your way, any day. What do we mean? Both Amoena shapers and AnaOno bras are meant for those who’ve had breast surgeries – and we think they’re better together.
    Learning to love your body after a mastectomy surgery, with or without reconstruction can feel overwhelming. The scars, the pain, the discomfort, all of these challenges arise when looking to buy a mastectomy bra, and that is why, we here at AnaOno, want to make sure it is as easy as it can be to find your own beauty.
    I was living and working in Afghanistan when I received the email that I had breast cancer. I was alone in my barracks room in Kabul shocked to receive the news as I was young and healthy. I had no idea what this meant for me, my job, or my future.

    There’s a lot more to wearing bras with breast cancer than your first surgical bra. Your body and your needs will change after every procedure or treatment method. Whether that’s radiation, lumpectomy, single or double mastectomy, or even reconstruction. We want you to know that for any stage you are in we are here to help. From pocketed bras for forms to comfortable bras after reconstruction, we have the right breast cancer bras for you.

    When it comes to recovery, there is nothing more important than YOU. We know that heading into surgery can be frightening, so we’re here to help you every step of the way. Our Post Mastectomy Recovery Wear is designed with breast surgeries in mind. This collection aims to make this time as comfortable and worry-free as possible by providing you with the solutions and styles you need.

    What is the #1 complaint post-mastectomy? The drains! Many major surgeries optimize the use of drains after a procedure, especially one that is directed to the removal of tissue and other body masses. We know all about those dreaded drains here at AnaOno, and in this article we hope to take a little of the “dread” out of drains.
    Not every breast form is the precise right fit for each person, surgery type, or even every occasion! Read below to learn more about the breast forms available and which styles may be best for your body.
    We know firsthand the harsh effects of chemo, and just how difficult it can be to get through treatment and still feel like you have control over your body. We believe that being comfortable is the number one priority when going through tough treatments. You deserve to feel as pampered as possible. At AnaOno, we have the perfect bras for every single stage of treatment and recovery you go through, and the chemotherapy phase is no exception. 
    If you’re having surgery because your treatment for breast cancer includes a single or double mastectomy, you may be curious about mastectomy bras. Mastectomy bras are specially designed for after these procedures to make you more comfortable, because afterwards, your breast shape changes. Need help finding the perfect bra for your new chest? We got you covered, check out our post-mastectomy bra line that can be shopped online or in person at mastectomy specialist boutiques, located all across the globe.

    It is hard to feel sexy when your whole world feels entirely un-sexy: Your breasts have been unceremoniously removed from your mastectomy, you’ve lost all of your hair, your eyelashes, and are battling with medically induced menopause and vaginal dryness. But when you ARE in a space to re-discover and reclaim your sexuality post-diagnosis, there are some different creative ways you can begin to rediscover your sexual self in safe, beautiful ways.

    Does breast cancer or ovarian cancer run in your family? If so, you may have heard of the term “previvor.” Here’s what you need to know about being a previvor, and the measures you may want to take to reduce your risks of developing serious illness.