I have a brown line going up to my belly button does anyone else
Ok so i have noticed ive got a brown faint line starting at my (privates) like the part where u shave going right up to my belly button, its in the middle off my stomach, is this normal ive never noticed it before i deff didnt have it before! its been there for a week now grrrr, i love wearing boobtubes but that line is awful on view!
does anyone know what it is, does anyone else have this same line, is it to do with pregnancy?
so freaky since i posted this the brown line has vanished! WOW! how odd! if i do see it again im takeing snap shots and posting! ive been searching and seen the same line on people heavily pregnant not at my stage hmmm strange!
its called linea nigra and some women get it in pregnancy. Its heredetary so its likely other women in your family have had it too. Apparently its more prevalent on darker skinned women than lighter. Its due to heightened estrogen which also darkens nipples etc. What can i say...another lovely side effect of pregnancy, lol!
I don't have one, but I did when I was pg with my DD. It was from my bikini line to my belly button. Some people get them all the way up, and some don't get them at all. It's called the "linea negra", translated as the "black line". It's to do with pregnancy, and I think it's just your pigments changing in your skin; like your areola and nipples may get darker during pg, and you may find you get what they call "pregnancy mask" too, where the pigment in your face changes too and you may get speckles of darker skin on your face. It's just hormones I think. The line disappears after pregnancy
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