I have found the best bra for me. It is the AAAH Bra from Rhonda Shear on HSN. I read another post from a lady who has found the same bra and loves hers also. I ordered a speical of 4 bras and have gone back for 4 more, but they were sold out of my size, so I got a two pack for more money, but well worth the cost. I also got the matching panties and love them also as they have enough coverage to keep from pulling on them all day. I can wear this bra all day and also sleep in it at night as the straps do not dig in and the band does not cut into me. I am so glad I have finally found them and now I can wear support again. Fibro is a terrible thing and I suffer daily from pain. Do not Lyrica or Cymbalta as I also have polycystic kidney disease and worry about the meds making it worse. View Thread
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