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Old 12-20-2008, 01:25 PM
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I recently purchased my scrubs and you can see right through them. What is the best thing to wear under them?
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Old 12-21-2008, 06:28 PM
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Its a wonder they don't make them a bit thicker.

1. I don't think anyone really cares what you are wearing but try not to make it stand out, so no black lace bras under see through white tops. Flesh tone underwear is available from some places and often looks better than plain white.
2. I've always been more comfortable in theater scrubs with shorts underneath (that side hole really freaks me out).
3. If you are conscious of what can and can't be seen, ask other nurses at your what as to what they can see.
4. Some people wear t-shirts, sports singlets, muscle shirts. Just make sure they are not too heavy and you over heat.
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Old 12-22-2008, 11:00 AM
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I like the red white and blue underwear. I have seen it. it's awesome! Nothing like the flag on someones booty being shown to the patients, staff and of course MD's. Wear blue scrubs!
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You mean like this?

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OMG!!!!! Too funny. Why don't you slip on a pair and model them for us?

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I second that; now that would make my Christmas!!!!
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No can do ladies.

Was trying to find a better model for you, but you can never find something when you are looking for it.

Have a great Christmas all.
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