Testimonials for the Sarah Bra™

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“This felt really comfortable and was easier to get on.”
--Debbie, 45, is overweight with a history of fibromyalgia.

“This is a good support bra for larger women.”
--Diane, 44, is a physical therapist who is very active athletically and very large-busted. Diane, who usually wears a 40DD, loves to work out and run, but is frustrated with conventional bras. Before the Sarah® Bra, she normally wore 2 or 3 sports bras at a time to run.

“I like the back. The bra is comfortable. I like the pull fasteners to remove and to fasten, because by the end of the day I am too tired to get my bra off.”
-- Jean is in her late 60s and has a history of arthritis in shoulders and hands, as well as back surgery at the lumbar level. Her peripheral neuropathy causes numbness in her hands, and she also suffers from lupus, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and a visual impairment.

“I like where the straps lay on the shoulders. Normal straps cut into my shoulders.”
-- Irene, 72, has osteoarthritis in her shoulders, low back, and hands. She recently had surgery on her right shoulder, which limits her movement and makes donning a conventional bra impossible for her because she cannot reach. Irene was able to don/doff the Sarah® Bra completely independently.

“I have tried a front-fastening bra, but I can’t manage them because it hurts my shoulders to reach back and pull it forward. This bra (Sarah® Bra) is the Cadillac bra of the future.”
-- Betty, 52, has multiple problems, including fibromyalgia, Sjogren's syndrome, and rheumatoid arthritis in her shoulders, hands, and "all over." In the past, she has undergone brain surgery and lumpectomy. Due to spondylosis, she complains of pain in her back where conventional bra straps cross. Before the Sarah® bra, she found wearing a bra too painful and sometimes was confined to her home as a result.

“Some days I am so bad I can’t get out of bed, but when I am up, I always wear a bra. I get in by turning it around, wiggling in very slow. I don’t like the hooks (on a conventional bra), they hurt my hands.”
-- Thelma, 67, with a history of arthritis in her knees, hips, neck, shoulders and hands. She also has fibromyalgia, polymyalgia, and pseudogout (wrists and fingers).