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When does carrying extra weight post pregnancy become fat?

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by wormburger, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. Breastfeeding a v hungry baby for 9 months means that I'm lighter than I was beofre pregnancy, but a different shape. I've accepted that my tummy is never going to be the same and have decided to wear it as a badge of honour!
     
  2. davi_theuk

    davi_theuk New commenter

    It usually takes about four years to loose all extra weight after the child birth. That is based on a healthy diet and sport activities!
     
  3. My Lo is 10 months and I;m now pretty much the same (overweight) weight I was before pregnancy. Although i echo what others say in that my belly is totally different now. It's all floppy an dhorrible. I have to wear a uniform occasionally and today I have tried stuffing the blouse into my trousers. very bad look.
     

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