Amoena Response: We are so sorry that this product did not meet your expectations. The “uni-boob” effect normally indicates that the cup size was not large enough. We hope that your next purchase meets your needs and expectations.
Mare from Ct
Amoena Response: Perhaps try the Lara bra 2674, which is a molded bra and has a little bit of padding. It is our #1 rated bra.
Sue from Stillwater
We are sorry to hear that you were not happy with our product, all Amoena bras are designed to fit all shapes of prosthesis. It should not matter if your prosthesis is a symmetrical shape or asymmetrical shape. Your prosthesis may be the wrong size for the cup bra that you are wearing.
Diane from Portland/OR
Amoena Response:The straps for our bras are manufactured for an average torso length. All torsos are different even though height might be comparable so you could take 10 women that are 5’9 and all will have a different torso length. Some bras have the adjustability only in the back part of the strap and the front and shoulder are padded for comfort. Others have the adjustability for the entire length of the strap. The 2167 is one that has a little more padding on the front and shoulder for comfort and the adjustability is in the back part of the strap.
Margo from Victorville Ca. 92395
Amoena Response: This bra is an average fitting bra and we have found runs very true to size. It has side slings built into the side to support the larger cups.
Marceil from indiana
May we suggest the Mona Soft Cup bra 2568
that gives you more separation in a seamless.
Jill from KS
Amoena Response: Bras in the girls department are made more shallow because they are fitting undeveloped or newly developing breast tissue, which is a very shallow cup. It is a much different fit than bras designed for women. We would recommend any shallow fitting bra for you if you are shopping in the women’s department. Also, any bra with an Asian fit would most likely work for you. The 2167 is an average to full bra so that is why the cups seem so big on you. Other possibilities for you would be the 2149 and even possibly The Lara molded foam cup bra style 2674.
Debra from Muskegon, Michigan
Amoena Response:This style does run true to size in the band and cup. However, Amoena does allow a variance of 1/8 of an inch.
Katherine from New Palestine IN
Amoena Response:Usually when straps dig in and the band rolls in, the bra is the wrong size. You might try getting measured professionally to confirm your correct bra size.
30DD from USA