Hey....I have pain in my lower stomach, like below my belly button and im POSITIVE its not my period because its been hurting for like more than a month and I know what those feel like......what is ...
my cousin handed in a fake prescription yesteday and the pharmasist told him they would have to contact the doctor for directions. What should he do now? He was not aware that it was such a big deal....
Yes, it is true that tight corseting can cause damage to your body. Not only does it squash your internal organs but it crunches your rib cage. In the 1800s, when corseting was popular, women also were prone to fainting spells as a result of poor circulation and difficulty breathing from the corsets. They also made pregnancy precarious.
There are a lot of myths regarding problems from wearing a corset. Most are exaggerations from the 1800's; while problems did exist history tends to remember the extreme examples and not those of the average everyday wearer. Hygiene was not the best in those times and often a lot of hygiene problems were blamed on corset. Remember in those times women were wearing corsets all the time.
Just think of the 4 to 5 inch stilettos that we are currently wearing. If in 50yrs time they go out of fashion all sorts of issues as to the extreme damage they caused will be remembered, not the 99.99% of women who wore them had no problems at all.
Modern corsets are a better design and our hygiene practises are also much improved. If you are wearing a properly fitted corset occasionally then you will not have any health issues. Remember it should feel like a comfortable overall hug, any tight spots and loosen the laces a little, there should not be any pain.