I know most of the June mommys have had there babies and I congratulate all of you. For those who haven't I wish you the best on your future labors. I didnt know were to ask this so here it goes. Im back to my weight before I got pregnant and im happy, but none of my prepregnancy clothes fit. What gives this is my second baby. Is anybody else going through the same thing is this normal and will it go away or is this my new body.
I'm almost to my pregnancy weight none of my clothes fit because I got hippy I think...It will go away when you start to exercise. With my first I was able to fit my pre-pregnancy clothes but after I stopped breastfeeding I went up a size but still the same pre-pregnancy weight which was weird. It's totally normal but your hips sort of get wider after birth. Cant wait til I get the ok to exercise.
I have also heard that your hips widen. They sell some postpartum binders that you can wear that is suppose to help get your hips back to normal. I think you can look them up (I don't think they're called binders) on yahoo or google.
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