6 months. Returning close to a pre-pregnancy and maintainable weight is important before undergoing a tummy tuck. Some women bounce back quickly in this area after a pregnancy and others take longer. My average weighting period is six months after birth but this is a general guideline only. Good luck with the new baby!
This varies. Your question is a common one but it prompts more questions: is this your last baby (makes little sense to get a tummy tuck until after your last child). Are you a good candidate for a tummy tuck?(will the procedure correct the problems you see with your tummy?) could a lesser procedure work for you (liposuction, skin-only tummy tuck, etc.). Who will care for your child while you recover?
6 months. At least 6 months.
No set tome. Usually not before 3 months.
Several Factors... That really depends on several factors. If we are just talking "time" then usually 4-6 months is probably fine but it does depend on whether the woman's post baby body is still in the state of flux, or if it has it leveled off...And a tummy tuck can be one of the more difficult recoveries so arrangements have to be made to take care of the newborn as well...
About 3-6 months. Give yourself at least 3-6 months and get back to normal weight.
6 months. It depends on the person. It is best to get to a stable weight and to be there for several months prior to undergoing and body contouring procedure. It would be a shame to have a tummy tuck, then loose another 20 pounds and end up needing a revisional surgery. I recommend going to see a board certified plastic surgeon who can make specific recommendations and a treatment plan for you.