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Old 06-11-04, 05:31 PM   #1
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Circulation sport top - for ladies

I've been wearing sport tops while commuting for about 2 years. I'm a smaller size and the tops are not very tight but it appears after wearing the top for about 4 hours the red area of each breast appears slightly white and shrivelled. Yuck. They recover OK after wearing a regular bra.

When I looked this up on the web, there were several articles saying that those lympth nodes need good circulation to carry away toxins (that cause breast cancer)

Can anyone recommed a top that supports but does not block circulation?
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Old 06-11-04, 05:44 PM   #2
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Hanes Sports Bra. No tags to irritate, smooth seams, mesh siding, good support. Comfortable and micro-fiber dries quickly.
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Old 06-12-04, 09:41 AM   #3
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. . . the red area of each breast appears slightly white and shrivelled. Yuck. They recover OK after wearing a regular bra.
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Are you talking about the aureola that surrounds the nipple? If you are, perhaps your nipples are just getting cold from being "out there" and damp from sweat?
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