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    ggladieux posted:
    I cannot wear traditional bras anymore, because of the pinching, rolling, and too tight straps, so I've settled for sports bras, which the only bad thing about them is that they have a tendency to stretch out of shape. Putting them in a lingerie bag helps some, but I still have to replace them at least every six months. Hope this helps folks with fibromyalgia
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    corndogsmom responded:
    Sports bras are a godsend. I wear them all the time unless I am going out in public. Don't run them through the drier; hang them over your shower to dry. They tend to last longer that way for me.


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