Just remember to drink plenty of water, moisturize during the day and use Bio Oil at night.
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07-03-2013 20:34 #31
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07-03-2013 21:03 #33Senior Member
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I didn't get any last pregnancy, and so far none with this one (crossing fingers).
I thought I was bound to get them too, as my mum did and so did my sister.
Last pregnancy I put on 14kg in total. No idea how many I've put on this time, as I know I'm gaining quicker than I did before and I'm scared to weigh myself!!
07-03-2013 21:18 #34
I have two tiny ones and I'm 19 weeks. My mum didnt really get any so I don't know if I will develop more or if this is just the taste of them that I get.
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07-03-2013 21:22 #35
Mine appeared right towards the end. Around 35 weeks i had 2 faint ones appear on my stomach, but by 38 weeks when i gave birth, my stomach and boobs were completely covered in them.
07-03-2013 21:25 #36
I started to get some around 20 weeks with DD. I'm 23 week now and my old ones haven't even started to redden so fingers crossed I don't get any new ones at least
07-03-2013 21:26 #37
I am only 16 weeks and I noticed a couple of small light ones low on my belly about a week ago! Could not believe it! Ive not really even gotten bigger yet...I expected a few as I had them on hips and boobs through puberty. Mum never got any though so I was hoping to take after her...
07-03-2013 21:27 #38
Around 23 weeks I think... Just a couple of small ones. By the end I was absolutely riddled with them.
A couple of new ones with DS2, none at all with DS3 or DD
07-03-2013 22:01 #39Senior Member
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I definitely had some by 20 weeks And ended up with a perfect circle of red savage Purpley bumpy marks. No new ones for pregnancy 2 and 3 years since giving birth they have all but faded in colour, but will have the marks forever. And the stretched skin flop to go with it. Yay.....
07-03-2013 22:12 #40Senior Member
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But they're only the size of say 2 x 20c coins so I guess it's not too bad.
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