We know just how hard it can be to struggle getting dressed every day and to put on a bra with restrictive conditions. Our daughter had a stroke during surgery to remove a brain tumour. It was then we realised that she struggled to put on a bra. She struggled with a lot of different clothing. It was her journey to be able to dress independently that motivated us to invent a better bra. A bra that was easy to put on and off.
BraEasy is here to support your girls with our BraEasy bra.
If you’re looking for a bra, you can put on with one hand and take off with just two fingers, then look no further.
You must follow your doctor’s instructions after you leave the hospital. Take medications as prescribed, watch out for potential complications, and keep your follow-up appointments.
Don’t overdo things if you’ve been instructed to rest. On the other hand, don’t neglect physical activity if you’ve been given the go-ahead to move around. Start to resume normal activities as soon as you safely can. Most of the time, it’s best to return to your regular routine gradually.
In some cases, you may not be able to care for yourself for a while after your surgery. You may need a caregiver to help tend your wounds, prepare food, keep you clean, and support you while you move around. If you don’t have a family member or friend who can help, ask your doctor to recommend a professional caregiving service.
Contact your doctor if you develop a fever, increased pain, or bleeding at the surgical site. Don’t hesitate to contact your doctor if you have questions or aren’t recovering as well as expected.
Fashion needs to work for you, not the other way around. We believe that inclusive design is vital in all our bras. Getting dressed shouldn’t be hard work! So that’s why we made it easy.