arr3 The Designer Carla Pitarelli

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You are probably asking yourself: Why will this bra change my life? There is not
much information available about the post-op period.
First of all, we are all afraid of operations, even if we completely trust our surgeon.
In the event of plastic surgery, we may not be as scared as in the case of a disease,
but we may still feel fear.
We must face and fight our fears in every way possible, with all the means we have
at our disposal to overcome them and heal.
Before the operation, and throughout the entire post-op period, our bodies and minds,
even our souls, are united and focused on one goal: healing.
This is a very delicate moment for women whose breasts will change. This will also
change an aspect of their intimate female nature.
After my experience as a patient, I thought that at the very least, we should try to
avoid physical pain, which I felt and found superfluous.
I found a solution.
Wearing Cristalbra helped prevent pain due to edema, swelling.
For a period of time that varies from one week to one month, the breasts, which tend
to move around, must be kept still and contained.
This bra also promotes vascular tone, the perspiration of the skin, the perfect
adjustment of the tissues, preventing the formation of sores, itching, inflammation,
and various other possible complications due to bandages with glue.
This is why this bra will change your life. It will change your post-op experience. Not
suffering additional pain or physical discomfort is already a huge step.
I also believe that if you do not suffer physically, you are stronger psychologically to
face the healing process.

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE POST-OP PERIOD?
After the operation, the nurses and doctors will bandage the area with bandages that
provide moderate compression. This is done to avoid excessive swelling of the tissues
which were under stress during surgery.

WHY DOES THE TISSUE SWELL?
This swelling is determined by the stagnation of the lipids within the tissues that are
cut and sewn together.
Subcutaneous edema, is due to the stress that the small blood vessels and lymphatics
suffered with the surgical operation.
The elastic bandage usually used after surgery are used to limit and help absorb
swelling.