I haven't gotten any new ones, (that I know of) but I did get some with my previous pregnancy, I didn't get stretch marks til 36+ weeks though, so you might not get any til then. My friend didn't think she had any stretch marks, she literally had a perfect belly, then after she delivered they all showed a silvery color. It's actually genetic if you'll get stretch marks so ask the ladies in your family if they got them, and keep lots of lotion on your belly and drink lots of water to keep your skin hydrated to stretch, I hope you ladies don't get them!
I am sure i will be getting them. Everyone in my family has them. But luckly they are not extrrmely visible bcause of our skin tone. I thought i'd ask because my sister had them already when she was as far along as me. Also i had a decent size breasts so they only grew about a cup.
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