sports bras?

Nurses Uniform/Gear


I was wondering since CNA work is alot of moving around do any of you all wear sports bras to help support the girls?

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

Although my 'girls' are not that big, I have been wearing sports bras to work for almost ten years. They're comfortable. When I wear an underwire bra for 12 hours, I'm dying to unsnap it as soon as my shift ends.

I stopped wearing normal bras to's a waste of a good bra to wear it at work. Sports bras for me!

Spots bras or tanks with bras built in. I wouldn't make it 12 hours with an underwire digging at me.

Specializes in ortho, hospice volunteer, psych,.

All I wear now is sports bras, mostly T backs or built ins. I can't wear underwire bras anymore because I had a lumpectomy several years ago.

I only wear sports bras to work. Underwire bras make my back hurt after a long shift

Specializes in ER.

Sports bra! Underwire bra is not comfortable at all for that long.

Specializes in ortho, hospice volunteer, psych,.

Underwire bras are no longer an option for those of us who have had lumpectomies or mastectomies, and sports bras are a comfortable alternative.

Specializes in Medical-Surgial, Cardiac, Pediatrics.

I rock the sports bras. Way more comfortable and they don't create sweat and strap irritation issues like regular bras.

Yes!! And I am endowed uptop.

Under Armour makes large cup sizes they zip in the front and I love it!

I can tell you which ones I love if you are so inclined to listen. :)

I am a 32F, so I know the pain of the boobage lol :D

Sports bra, never anything but! I have about a million of the foam bandini by Barely There...I have almost every color and I wear one every day! I like that it's a little padded in case it gets cold, but it's still just as comfortable as a normal sports bra! And they last forever too, which is nice.

Specializes in Med/surg, Onc.

I'm a huge fan of ENELL bras for sports bras. I'm a 40F so I gotta make sure they're secure lol!!

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