Chutzie...you are afraid to use the word 'bra' on this forum...haven't you read some of our posts...LOL!
I am hear to declare for the first time ever that I have not worn a bra since the early 70's as I am an old hippie and how 'uncool' it was to be caught wearing one of those nasty contraptions back then. I don't 'have much' so it doesn't really matter. If I HAVE to wear one now, like to a wedding, or when the Queen comes for tea, the stupid thing drives me insane. I have MANY times gone into a restroom and taken it off, just recently at some political function hubby made me go to. I do own one sports bra for emergency situations.
Sorry, I wish I had some better advice. Maybe the members that have 'something' to hold up can give you ideas. I know just wearing a shirt with a collar drives me nuts so I can't imagine what you fibromites go through with a bra!
"The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind...the answer is blowin' in the wind!"
Hey Chutzie.. I have the same problem. I'm not sure but maybe Fredricks of Hollywood might have something. They have large size stuff and they certainly have just about any kind of undies you could imagine.
Just a thought!
Oh, wow, I can certainly understand this issue. Whenever I'm home, that's the first thing that comes off. Luckily, my husband doesn't mind - but I have breastfed 2 children, so the girls are not as perky as they once were.
I have still not found a solution to this problem and I have to wear one of these horrible things every day for work. I'm only a 'c', but having had children means that I cannot comfortably go bra-less in public without a sweatshirt or something on (and even then...). I have tried cami's and built-in-bra tanks, but they are not flattering at all. So, I wear a regular old underwire and by mid-day, I'm about ready to cry.
If anyone here has some good ideas for this, I am all ears too (thanks, Chutz for bringing it up).
Patsi- what are the brands of cami's that you found?
Fibromyalgia since 2006
"Tragedy is a tool for the living to gain wisdom, not a guide by which to live." Robert F. Kennedy