Hopeless. With a giant side of depressing. That’s what it can feel like to try on “regular” clothing after a bilateral mastectomy. Something that used to be such a simple task as getting dressed had turned into an absolute dreaded chore for me. The last thing I wanted to do was put on one of my old (aka pre-surgery) t-shirts. And a V-neck one at that? Impossible…just, NO. The thought of going back to yoga class was too intimidating with my old yoga tops gaping and showing too much during certain poses. But then I tried your Handful tank. Yowza!! I can’t believe a tank top can give me such confidence! Your bras are so fabulously designed for mastectomy patients. I can’t wear the hundreds of dollars worth of foobs and pocketed bras that my insurance has paid for because they put too much pressure on my chest and under arm area, but your bras are perfect! The pads are lightweight yet give a flattering shape (I use two or three sets) and don’t shift to the middle of the bra thanks to the center seam, unlike some other sport and cami style bras I have tried. I just placed a Handful order for bras to bring with me on a girls’ weekend with my friends.
Thank you so very much for making such a great product that truly makes a huge difference in people’s lives!
Before breast cancer happened to me, I have to admit I just didn’t think about it. With no family history and living what I believed was a very healthy lifestyle, it wasn’t part of my thoughts or worries. I look back on that time of innocence as a blessing. Ignorance was bliss, and I didn’t even know it.
I was living the happiest days of my life Memorial Day Weekend 2017, when I found out I was pregnant. In the week leading up to my first OB appointment at 7 weeks, I had been feeling around as my breasts were changing rapidly and becoming sore, when suddenly I felt a lump on the left side. It didn’t strike fear in my heart, but it registered as, “I’ll have my OB appointment next week, and if it’s anything concerning, they will point it out to me.” I chocked it up to pregnancy and continued feeling excitement about our family becoming a party of 3.
Use a measuring tape around your bust and ribcage and measure in inches to determine what size would fit you best. Handful can comfortably accommodate an A, B, or C cup. D+ cups can wear Handful Bras as an every day leisure, yoga and walking bra, but the higher the cup size, the more your cups might runneth over!
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