Yep, Appendix IWB, and depending on the holster, cross draw AIWB.
For me, its pretty much the only place I can conceal - one of the issues of carrying a larger firearm and being heavier than I’d like, with girl curves and short waist pretty much making anything else either massively printing, or require me to get the gun all the way up into my armpit before clearing the holster.
When I first started carrying, I was reluctant to carry one in the chamber because of pointing at stuff I didn’t want to shoot, so I get it. More training, more practicing, better holster options, and understanding how my firearms work and where the risks are… I’m good with it now.
In the carry corset, I’m cross draw AIWB and it’s seriously the MOST comfortable and secure setup I’ve ever used. It’s a draw that does take more practice though. With the kydex holster, I’m experimenting with 1:30 strong side or 10:30 cross draw with either being relatively comfortable. I may end up having a custom kydex made as I like a bit more cant than is typical.
I did learn some useful modifications to my appendix draw at the Defensive Shooting Fundamentals instructor course - added to my speed and to not sweeping where I don’t mean to as I get on target.
Reholstering is ALWAYS a deliberate action and involves eyeballs as well as brain and attention.