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Old Jun 10th, 2009, 10:32 AM   1
sparkle1
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getting rid of a saggy belly


Help pleassseeee
Do you think my saggy belly will go with dieting & exercise alone or has it been ruined forever???
Im dieting but I cant see how it will stop the sagging if you know what i mean?

Has anyone got any top tips?

Thanks xxx



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Old Jun 10th, 2009, 13:42 PM   2
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After my first 2 it went down eventually after about 5 - 6 months, dieting with exercise is best, I make sure to keep active. Also try not to expect too much too soon and it never totally goes back to pre pregnancy but you CAN get a tummy you could show off

Also for me breastfeeding made a big difference and more so after my son.



 
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Old Jun 10th, 2009, 14:58 PM   3
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Thanks mummy3...thats good to hear.
Ive just been to the gym & have started to count my calories so fingers crossed xx



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Old Jun 12th, 2009, 00:45 AM   4
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It doesnt really have anything to do with your weight... Your stomach will tighten back up with time, it was just stretched out huge and the hormones that produce relaxin take awhile to slow down. Mine is just starting to tighten back up, and I didnt gain much weight at all.



 
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Old Jun 12th, 2009, 01:21 AM   5
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I had a smaller bump - but my tummy isn't sagging too much for 3 months post partum with cesarean delivery. I do wish it was flat and that the excess skin I seem to have would go away.. but I think I might need a tummy tuck for that



 
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Old Jun 13th, 2009, 23:08 PM   6
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I was wondering this same thing...... I have already lost weight.. i am now weighing less than what i did before i fell pregnant but the belly and the "love handles" just seem to still be there I dont know how to get rid of it.. I am using my Wii Fit almost every day and walking every 2nd or 3rd day but yeah...... Trying to eat as healthy as possible but nothing is moving this belly



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2009, 02:04 AM   7
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I had a smaller bump - but my tummy isn't sagging too much for 3 months post partum with cesarean delivery. I do wish it was flat and that the excess skin I seem to have would go away.. but I think I might need a tummy tuck for that
thats what my sister did to get rid of her little c section lip thing....her stomach looks amazing now.



 
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I had a smaller bump - but my tummy isn't sagging too much for 3 months post partum with cesarean delivery. I do wish it was flat and that the excess skin I seem to have would go away.. but I think I might need a tummy tuck for that
thats what my sister did to get rid of her little c section lip thing....her stomach looks amazing now.
oh I want one... When I had lost the weight last summer <--- okay moment of memory is over


I had a sag that no exercise on earth could rid... nope



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Old Jun 14th, 2009, 02:46 AM   9
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Help pleassseeee
Do you think my saggy belly will go with dieting & exercise alone or has it been ruined forever???
Im dieting but I cant see how it will stop the sagging if you know what i mean?

Has anyone got any top tips?

Thanks xxx
I heard wearing a girdle type thing after baby helps... I never have done it though



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Old Jun 16th, 2009, 21:57 PM   10
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Mine is slowly going back but I'm pretty sure it'll never be the same and I'm also pretty sure my belly button is ruined for life.



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