Here you find frequently asked questions (FAQ) about corset wearing and tightlacing in the category “Diet and medical aspects for corset wearers”.
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Diet and medical
When you are laced, are you still able to eat?
Yes indeed, it’s easy. With my corset closed I cannot eat as much as usual, but that is not especially a disadvantage.
What to do you eat?
I don’t eat meat, but almost everything else, and I try not to lose weight.
Are you on a diet?
Except for meat I eat almost everything, and I try not to lose weight.
How much can you eat while corseted?
If it is really tight, I can’t eat as much as usual. Otherwise I would be too full. :-)
Have you lost weight since you started wearing a corset?
Yes, a couple of kilograms.
How much do you weigh?
Wouldn’t you like to know!
Where do your internal organs go, if your stomach is so flat?
They are compressed and pushed somewhat upward. That is better than if they were squeezed strongly downward.
How have you achieved such a flat stomach? How must the corset be made
to keep the stomach so nice and flat? My corsets have stiff busks in front and an additional stiff support (a steel stay) which helps the busks keep my stomach flat.
Have you had any ribs removed?
No, I have not.