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  • Jen_C Jen_C's Avatar 03-20-07 | 11:06 PM
  • Ok I have to ask - Will this stretched out tummy flab from being pregnant ever go away? I'm assuming the best thing to do is ab workouts, but its like this extra skin just hanging out.
     
    Well, there's some fat in there too, but there does seem to be a lot of extra skin still
     
  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 03-20-07 | 11:26 PM
  • I don't know. I swear my stomach is smaller but it is still all hangy and flabby
     
    I want a tummy tuck super bad, but we don't have the $$ and Dh is so against me having any type of cosmetic surgery. What bothers me the most is that I am totally losing weight off my butt and thighs a bunch faster than off my belly
     
    Like right now I could fit my butt into a size 12 but my gut still needs a size 14.
  • Valleygirl Valleygirl's Avatar 03-20-07 | 11:27 PM
  • Oh and can I just say that Cora is such a beauty! Her little face is so sweet and precious!
  • DEE DEE's Avatar 03-21-07 | 07:32 AM
  • Hmmmm.......my stomach is still larger than it was before pregnancy (everything is) but I don't have any extra skin.
     
  • MrsPook MrsPook's Avatar 03-21-07 | 11:10 AM
  • I still have a lot of flabby extra skin too but I have to admit, there is a bunch of fat there too.
     
    Sorry no help. I guess just keep doing ab crunches.

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