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29 Apr 2024, 11:33 am

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Love you man



Seriously hope your cycles straighten out .. :| ...And Perimenopause.. is very possibly addressed naturopathically ..
Or a compassionate and intelligent gyno .


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01 May 2024, 1:37 am

It came yay! 40 days. That's a record for me.


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01 May 2024, 7:59 am

how do you spell relief...? :D :oops:


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05 May 2024, 3:31 am

I got a new pair of bra.
And today I learned what my bra size is.


And then, according to the calendar app I've been using for years; I'm 23+ days late from my period. :lol: So...
Today, I can officially say that the BCs skipped my period as another bonus effect.


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05 May 2024, 3:11 pm

I have never known what bra size I am


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05 May 2024, 3:41 pm

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I have never known what bra size I am


How have you gotten through life not knowing that? Don't you wear a bra? :lol:



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05 May 2024, 4:23 pm

sports bras mostly

I didn't need one until I was in my 30s


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06 May 2024, 2:11 am

babybird wrote:
sports bras mostly

I didn't need one until I was in my 30s


Same! I prefer sports bras, mostly because they're so much more comfortable.



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06 May 2024, 10:43 am

What..what.. wait a minute , women are not suppose to wear a harness , like plow horse.. And be hitched up to drsg a man and their children around for their entire lives :ninja: .....Underwires have a place in this world ...... :skull: ...
Gawd, i hate those things ...So yup...been using the sport bra thingies for three years now ,, aint never going back. :mrgreen:


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06 May 2024, 11:17 am

I can actually think of very little I like less than a bra with an under wire

My ribcage hates them and so do I


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06 May 2024, 10:26 pm

In my experience underwire are only uncomfortable if they're not large enough. :) If you're average in size you're probably at least a DD. Trying to squeeze into B or C cups would be very unpleasant.


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08 May 2024, 8:51 am

:lol:

I don't wanna be squeezing into anything at my time of life


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08 May 2024, 9:21 am

I definitely prefer sports bras and that’s with wearing the right sized bras. I have regular bras in case I need them with a specific top, but I don’t wear them that often.


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08 May 2024, 10:30 am

Many women don't know what size they are. The sizing is a lot more complicated than it would be for a man to buy boxers, since men would need their waist and also their penis to be measured.

Most women try on several before buying one, or they have a lot that fit well enough but not perfectly.


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08 May 2024, 10:37 am

Most often women who wear the wrong size bras think they wear a smaller cup size than they actually do and accommodate by having a band that’s too big. I used to fit women for bras in a couple of my previous jobs which was even less fun than it sounds. :lol:


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08 May 2024, 10:43 am

Also, most women find they wear different sizes depending on the make, the cut, the style, and even the effect they want to achieve. Most of the time I don't want to be lifted and separated, pushed-up, or have cleavage. Most of the time I'd sooner strap them down and not draw attention to them at all. If I'm wearing a sexy dress I might need a different look.

It's funny how bras made for boobs can actually be a pain in the ass.


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