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    Thanks ladies I am sure it's all normal but will bring it up with the nurse this afternoon and with my OB at my 6 week check if it is still around.

    I have heard that over doing it can make it become heavier, which is annoying because I feel really good and just want to get out of the house etc but I think I should probably take some more time to rest and relax haha

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    Six to seven months for me.


 

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