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How To Get Rid Of C Section Tummy
The only way is to: Drastically restrict your caloric intake, please see a good dietician. ...Read more
Exercise and lotions: "stretch marks" are not a "badge of courage" for most recently pregnant women and represent "breakdowns" in the skni's elasticity. Exercise can tone the abdominal muscles, and "lotions' and creams can minimize but not eliminate the appearance of "stretch marks". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult: First don't pick at it, more trauma can make it worse. See a dermatologist sometimes a steroid injection into the body of the keloid can shrink it. sometimes surgically removing the keloid and suturing the wound cosmetically will not create another keloid but there is no guarantee that another wont form ...Read more
Cellulite: There is good news and some bad news. The good news is that there you have plenty of choices when it comes to cellulite treatments. From laser cellulite treatment to cellulite creams, the options for getting rid of your cellulite are numerous. The bad news is that many cellulite treatments don't live up to the hype. And some of them cost more than most of us can afford. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You can't: Once scar tissue is formed it is not going to go away. Scars go through a maturation process that can take up to a year in which they become less red, flatter, and softer. Some individuals tend to form hypertrophic scars and this can be a real problem. No one treatment works best. Application of a gel pad and massage can help, but you may need to see a plastic surgeon. ...Read more
VD?: Hi my initial reading of your question made me think you might have meant VD for venereal disease. If so, this question becomes complicated until more information is known. What are your symptoms? Have you been diagnosed with something? Has someone informed you that you may have been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease. I just need more information to answer your question appropriately. ...Read more
Spot fat loss does : not occur naturally. By losing weight in general some will probably be abdominal fat. But, we don't get to choose what area of body fat is lost from. Eat healthy & be physically active. Calories burned must > those consumed. Tighten ab's: crunches, reverse crunches, exercise ball crunches, pelvic thrusts, lying leg raises, side bridge & “bicycling” exercise on back. Do regular aerobic exercise. ...Read more
Wait til delivery: Crater scarring is common in chickenpox. Filling, mechanical dermabrasion (planning), or surgical removal/suturing are most common treatments. All scarring is permanent, but these help reduce visual noticeability. If currently pregnant, wait until delivery and seek consultation with dermatologist or plastic/cosmetic surgeon. ...Read more
No magic lotion: te fastest way is to have surgery, then you will be miserable for two weeks with pain if they are internal, a surgeon can ligate them in the office with a rubber band, painless procedure. if they are external, laser,or injection might give some relief. if they are thrombosed removing the clot will give a fast relief. avoid them by regulation your bowels, hydrate well, eat fruits, fibers, exercise. ...Read more
Belly: Do planks (assume the push up position, but use your forearms instead of your hand ) stay in that position for 15-30 sec. Then lift one arm straight up like a "t" alterate arms, then touch your knee and hand (on the same side. This one is harder). This will burn your abs. Wait at least 3 month after c/s to start doing this. ...Read more
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