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My rats ate my monitor adapter and now I have to wait a million years for it to come and how am I supposed to watch Parks and Reccccc
I should take this opportunity to clean my room but I may just wallow in filth and sadness instead.
With scoliosis it’s a bit more difficult. If it’s very minor, an off-the-rack corset should be able to mold to you. However to really be comfortable you would want a custom corset. They even make medical/corrective corsets with the intention of slowly correcting your curvature. See Contour Corsets for example. They’re more expensive, though, of course.
As far as your discs, of course everybody is different, but I have spondylolysis and I find the corset very comforting and supportive.
As far as laziness, it takes literally no effort. Slip on a tank top or corset liner, clasp the corset in the front, tighten the laces (this gets faster every time, but it takes me about two minutes now) and forget about it. After the first couple of days you don’t even notice you’re wearing it. I was startled by my timer today telling me to take it off because I’d forgotten about it.
Anyway thank you for the compliment and please let me know if you have any questions!
Not a stupid question at all.
Your internal organs are actually, for the most part, not fixed inside your body. Some examples of them being moved:
So yes, when you corset tightly, it does affect your organs, particularly the stomach and intestines. When I started researching it freaked me out, but once I felt it, it doesn’t both me at all. Remember that your stomach and intestines are mostly empty space. The only difference I’ve noticed is that I have to eat less before I feel full, and (TMI alert) I poo more easily due to the compression.
Here is the best diagram I’ve found, although notice that an adult woman corseting could never achieve rib compression like that. She would have had to corset from pre-adolescence to change her skeletal structure like that.
Keep in mind that since I’m very squishy, at this point the large majority of the compression is actually fat displacement.
Anyway, for more info on the topic, I’ll again have to refer you to the lovely Lucy, who has this informative video on the subject:
Some more articles:
I hope you’ve found this helpful! ^_^
Aww thank you so much! I’ve been wearing it for a few days, but this is the first time I tried it on under clothes, and I have to say that I was surprised too.
If you look carefully under my bust and at the top of my hips, you can see a bump where the corset is actually still bigger than my ribcage and hips. This is a good thing because I have a good 6 inches or so to go before I can fully lace it closed in the back. So that does show for the moment, but other than that it actually looks less lumpy than my stomach without the corset.
You should totally get one! I’m not kidding when I say I woke up this morning like a kid on Christmas morning, excited to get it on! Lucy’s Corsetry is the best place to get information, in my opinion.
The corset I bought is this black pinstripe in a size 28 (which means when it’s fully closed, the inner circumference will be 28 inches). It cost $73 plus shipping, which is a great price. However my natural waist is 38 inches, so even though I’m extremely squishy, I do think this size is too small to start with.
Anyway, since you have a relatively long torso (right?), I would recommend trying one of the CS-426 styles in a size 4” or so smaller than your natural waist to start with. Let me know if you actually do go through with it, I would LOVE to see your results!
Although it would be unfair to the rest of us as you’re already so pretty. ^_^
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