How Should My Post-Surgical Bra Fit?
After any breast surgery, a post-surgical bra is vital. It helps to support implants or breasts through compression. Compression stops blood from pooling around incision sites, minimizes swelling, and aids the body in healing.
A recovery bra's purpose is pretty straightforward, and though there are dozens on the market, not all are created equal. Purchasing the right garment is important since patients wear recovery bras 24 hours a day for the first two weeks. An excellent recovery bra should be:
- Easy to put on
- Designed to fit any body and breast size
While a garment that has the above features is ideal, what's most important is ensuring the proper fit.
Ideally, this garment should be snug but not too tight, providing supportive compression without pain or cutting off circulation. The bra is too tight if skin is bulging, covered in indentations, or spilling out from the bottom or sides. Additionally, shoulder straps should not cause pain or leave marks.
Finding a bra that provides all the above features is difficult, but Ogee EZBra does just that while also being sterile, hygienic, disposable, breathable, and ultra-absorbent.
The Ogee EZBra is comfortable, and instead of having a clasp or zipper so every wearer gets the same compression, it has a front-facing adjustable enclosure. The adjustable enclosure seamlessly fits every type of body, allowing patients to find their ideal compression level with autonomy after surgery when movement can be painful or difficult.
Ogee EZBra is designed to fit perfectly, minimize infection and provide ease during recovery to ensure exceptional results.