The road to recovery after a lumpectomy or single or double mastectomy can be long and uncomfortable.
As incisions heal and scar tissue forms it is not unusual to experience itching, pain and tenderness.
Post-surgical drainage can be messy and leave your chest feeling damp and dirty.
Even long after surgery, wearing a bra can make your scars feel irritated. Bras might even feel heavy and uncomfortable since breast tissue and muscle is no longer there to support them.
If you choose to wear a prosthesis (with or without a bra) your chest and torso could end up perspiring more than you're accustomed to.
But here’s the thing you need to remember: there is no reason to experience this kind of discomfort. It does not have to be a part of your post- lumpectomy/mastectomy life.
Brought to you by the same people who created the popular Tummy and Bra liners, the Bilateral Bra Liner is a simple, yet effective undergarment that can be tucked underneath your post-surgical bra. It is made of the softest cotton, and is constructed specifically for women recovering from mastectomies or other breast-related surgeries.
The two chest wall panels and wide side bands of the liner ensure that all scar tissue will be protected and covered. A pink Ribbon of Hope is sewn into the liner to secure it to your post-surgical bra.
Breast surgeons recommend the Pambra’s Mastectomy Liners, and hospitals all over the country are starting to offer them to breast cancer patients to keep them comfortable while recovering.
Please refer to the chart below to pick out the size that will be best for you. Each package contains three liners!
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Easy To Care For
Your Bilateral Bra Liner is machine washable (warm), and it should be tumble dried on low. (We recommend putting the liners in a lingerie bag before washing.)
The shell is 65% cotton and 35% polyester; the inside is 100% cotton.