I know there are plenty of us out here so what is the scoop on how to be in the sun, pool, chlorine? I have been instructed to stay out of the sun and take special care not to expose my radiation area.(SPF 50-70) I really don't want to have to wear a long-sleeved/turtle neck swimming! I'm good with the no breast thing, but has anyone figured anything out about summertime/swimwear? So far, I have been checking out swim shirts....but they look bad unless one is otherwise svelt (which I am not). I have bought a skirt-like swim bottoms...but I am concerned about the top and here is why: if it is too tight..you can see all the lumps and bumps of my surgery. Some of the work-out wear (or swim shirts) have UV protection built in. I don't want any cotton that will stretch and cling. My daughter says I am over-thinking this...but I watch my grandson and there is a pool, but no shower for rinsing off the chlorine...MAYDAY HELP ANY SUGGESTIONS?
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