Use a soft tape measure and wrap it around your ribs, under the breasts. Take your number and add 5 inches. This will be 32, 34, 36, 38 etc; this is your band size. Then measure around the largest section of your breast. This is your breasts’ cup size. Third, see how many inches are between your cup size and your band size. Each inch difference is equal to one cup (1 inch= A cup, 2 inches = B, 3 inches= C, 4 inches = D). It is important to realize that different manufacturers cut and label their bras differently. Always try a size above and below what you think it should be. If you typically wear a 34B, then a 36A/B or a 32B/C will help confirm that you made the right choice. A good fit is comfortable on the last hook so as it stretches out you can gradually tighten the band. Constricting bras can cause back pain. If you are large-breasted with narrow shoulders, look for racer-backs to give additional support and keep straps from moving. This will also lift your breasts. Be certain that the underwire is touching your rib cage. It should not buckle or push away from your chest. If you have a narrow breast bone, then look for front-clasping bras. If you have a wider breast bone, choose a style that matches your breast bone width. The cup should naturally fit each breast’s location. If you have heavy breasts, choose a more firm cup for added support. Stay away from thin, non-supportive materials.
Some Final Bra Tests For Optimum Supports
Test your bra by looking in the mirror with your bra on. Take your left strap down and breast out of the cup. Compare if the bra is actually adding support and the difference in cleavage. If there is no visible difference then tighten your strap until your breast appears lifted and consider a cup with stronger material. If your band rides up in the back and your breast doesn’t get lifted, then the cup or band size isn’t sufficient to hold your breast. If you have shoulder, neck, and back pain from large breasts, than you may be a candidate for breast reduction. Look down at your cup. If it is full then you have a match success. If it’s empty, try on a smaller cup size. If your breasts fall out when you bend over, then go up a cup size. If you are curious about breast augmentation and you aren’t sure if you make a good candidate for the procedure, please call us 248-948-5500 for a free consultation so you can have your questions answered and we can review your options. There is no charge and we have financing available to make it affordable for your budget. Speak with the doctor and your friendly staff for any of your questions about breast augmentation in Michigan.