I am finding it very easy to live with the Baby Bear Booblets. I have been doing regular stretches and exercises to make sure that I have strength and flexibility. This is particularly important for the side that had a node dissection and subsequent radiation. It is still a bit stiff and gets a bit swollen sometimes - however it is improving. I encourage everyone to go an see a physiotherapist to make sure you are doing everything you can to stay active. Mine was Action Sport Physio in Montreal West ... www.actionsportphysio.com/en/clinics/montreal-west/, tell them I recommended you and I will get a free treatment!
Because of the radiation to the collarbone and neck area, it's important to keep that area away from the sun, so I bought some "plus-size" swim shirts and bottoms from www.uvskinz.com, which I recommend highly. I did find that I had to safety pin the collar to make sure it covered the higher parts of my neck.
It is the AquaSport™ Easy Zip Swimsuit, JunoActive Style: 366721 , picture from the Junonia online catalog.