You know after a baby some people get the "pouch" where the stomach has stretched and it hangs down? How do u get rid of it? Ive tried diets and i means its got as bit smaller, but now its just excess skin, it gets me dow. I was just wondering if anyone has any tips? Ive tried all kinds of stomach excersise too. Not sure if its just impossible to get rid of apart from surgery?? lol
If it's just excess skin from stretching then I'm afraid to say that it may not be possible to tone up or get rid of (other than by surgery)... It's worth asking your doctor to be sure of what it is (loose muscle, excess fatty tissue, extra skin...), and see if they have any tips on how to tone it up if possible - they may be able to refer you to physio or something... or advise you on surgery if that's the way you want to go.
i had a section and just cant get rid of mine although it has gone down quite abit its still there
Me too. Flat under the scar, but the the 'apron' starts above it. I'm waiting till we've finished having kids, then using my Bupa policy at work to pay for half of my tummy tuck!! I've told Stu it's my treat to myself after bad pregnancies! So, even though I hate my tummy at the minute, I know it'll be gone eventually.
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