My breasts look like someone clawed them - stretchies on both and on all sides. The other spots are below the pelvis on my upper thighs. I've had most of them since 1st tri and have been moisturizing them religiously. The ones on my breasts are slowly fading away; the ones on my legs are fading much quicker.
But I doubt they'll be gone in time for my trip to the beach this summer.
I have them all below my belly button and you can see small lines creeping upward...I have a few on my hips...a bunch on my ass...very small ones on my thigh...a tiny one on my crotch and a 2 tiny ones on my right boob only.
at 32 weeks I only had a small cluster on the left side under my bump. the rest have exploded onto the scene since.
So it would appear quite common then to get stretchmarks on your boobs then?
That is where mine are, they are not dark and purple, just very faint white in colour and I have them on my hips that are also white but they have been there for years and have just become more noticeable since pregnancy started but no marks on my stomach or near belly button or anything
I have a bunch on my hips, 2 on the very lower part of my belly (I have to use a mirror and lift my belly to see them). I have one at the top of each thigh...right where the thigh meets the belly I guess. They're pretty light.
That's about it...surprised there's none on my boobs...they've only gone from a C/D to F's!
I'm so pale though, that I'm hoping they won't be noticeable at all once they fade. My friend has olive skin and you can see hers because they're much lighter.
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