My name is Jess and I work for the BBC; we are currently making a documentary for BBC3 which looks at body image and pregnancy, and how hard it can be to lose that baby weight after giving birth.
We will be taking a closer look at how effective dieting is, whether clever body-shaping underwear can help and if getting a personal trainer guarantees success. If not, is cosmetic surgery the best way to get back the body that you once had?
Do you feel under pressure to avoid putting on weight during your pregnancy? How easy are you finding getting back to your pre-pregnancy weight? How do you manage to lose the weight inevitably gained during pregnancy and have you managed to do it quickly?
We are in the early research stages of production and would love to hear from you. To find out more about the programme you can contact me (confidentially) at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 8008 0611, with of course no commitment to taking part.
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