I just had my second c-section and my belly is very swollen. With my first one I had a small area that I never got feeling back in and stayed a little swollen all the time, but this time it's a large area and I'm concerned that it won't go away. Anyone experience the same thing?
My swelling is the belly above the incision. I have this GREAT little overhang belly. Was just starting to lose the baby weight from my first child when I got pregnant with second baby. So I am hoping to lose alot of the overhang. However, if it stays swollen it will be bigger. Yikes
I have the overhand to. When I lost weight after having my daughter it was still there. I got to 118 and I am 5'4, and i was in a size 2 and I still had that overhang. I think that i would have to get a tummy tuck to get ride of it. I gained 53 with my son and have lost 45pounds. I went to 190 and now 145. I want to get to 120, so that is 25more pound.
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