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Linea Nigra after pregnancy.. Rss

It eventually fades, I can't give you an exact amount of time as I can't remember. There is nothing you can do to make it go faster either. Funnily enough it hasn't shown up again this pregnancy, thought it may still.

DS - Nov 2008 & DD - Feb 2012

I still have a faint line and my dd is now 2..doesnt bother me though tongue
DS is 6 months and mine is still very dark. I quite like it though, it's a nice reminder of what my body has been through since I don't have any stretch marks.
My marks are on my face! They are taking a little longer to fade this time round. Just thank god your are hideable... And fifties style bikini's are cute this year....
DS is 12weeks today and i still have it. its faded abit though
I still have mine, faded but it definitely still there. My baby is 8 months old next week
Mine went away completely but not sure when... i remember it took a while. I havnt got it back this time either.... strange because if you go by the colour of my nipples I have VERY dark pigment! Lol (dd says I have brown boobies! Lol laugh)




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Mine didnt really go away until my first was around 8 months but then I got pregnant again! Our secound is 5 weeks old now and its starting to go away so maybe it will be quicker this time? (fingers crosse) what hasnt gone away is the lovely big pigmentation marks on my back and sides they seem to want to stay :s thank god one piece swimwear is fashionable at the moment smile

Mine went away completely but not sure when... i remember it took a while. I havnt got it back this time either.... strange because if you go by the colour of my nipples I have VERY dark pigment! Lol (dd says I have brown boobies! Lol laugh)


LOL yes we have a chuckle at my 'national geographic' boobies too. They're fading now... Sagging is going to happen when I finish BFing though.... Sooooooo, albino national geographic boobies laugh
I never got a line just stretch marks, but both of my sisters did. One faded in about 8 weeks and one over a year. I guess it varies from person to person.
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