Celebrate Bra Day 2023
Celebrate Bra Day 2023 with a fitness challenge that brings awareness to breast reconstruction around the world! The founder of the Bra-Va Challenge, Luan Lawerson-Woods explains what Bra-Va is and how you can get involved!
Breast Cancer, Body and Sexual Confidence
Breast cancer is not just a medical challenge; its aftermath poses deep emotional and psychological ramifications. The founder of Rosebud Woman discuss navigating issues of body confidence, desirability, and sexuality as part of their company mission to support all of the stages of a woman’s sensual, sexual and reproductive life, from menarche to menopause and beyond.
Navigating Choice: Unilateral vs. Bilateral Mastectomy
When faced with a breast cancer diagnosis, one of the most significant decisions a patient has to make is what surgery will be best for patient outcome and lifestyle. Depending on individual circumstances and diagnosis, the choice between a unilateral or bilateral mastectomy may arise.
101 Guide to Implant Breast Reconstruction Recovery
As breast cancer patients, survivors, and thrivers, we understand the immense physical and emotional toll that breast reconstruction post-surgery recovery can have on our lives. However, with the right information and support, we can navigate this journey with grace and regain our confidence. In this post, we will explore the process of implant breast reconstruction and share trusted resources to assist you every step of the way.
Side Set Boobs: What You Should Know About This Shape
Side set boobs are breast shapes that tend to feel a bit more like the east and the west than something due north. Side set breasts can happen naturally or could be a result of breast reconstruction. There is often a larger gap between the breasts that expose more chest and/or ribcage if you have wide-set breasts.
The 6 Best Bras for Saggy Breasts After Breastfeeding
Your body is truly amazing – it created and sustained life! That process, however, does leave your body looking and feeling different than it did before pregnancy and breastfeeding. You may find yourself needing new clothing, including a new bra, to provide support to breasts that may hang a little lower and feel a little less full than they did before pregnancy and breastfeeding. Read on to check out our recommendations.