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I would not worry about your stretch marks that much. Now, there is a fruit whose sap has the property of getting rid of scars. This particular fruit is sometimes sold in Whole Foods and other supermarkets. This fruit is native to Central America. It is called “guisquil” in Guatemala and I think that it is also known as “chirimoya” here in the US (and Mexico I think). Not sure of the latter name is correct. If you can find it, cut a piece of the fruit and put the sap on your stretch marks. It might be possible that it may help your marks. I used it for a scar that I had on my nose many years ago, and the scar disappeared completely.
I also want to congratulate you for having breast fed your baby. Many women don’t do this here in the US, which is very detrimental to the babies. And, with that I also want to congratulate you as well for the fact that you seem to feel comfortable with the large areolae of your breasts, which many women don’t. My breasts are somewhat similar to yours, but with small areolae (around 1 2/8″), and I have always wanted large areolae like yours. I have contemplated cosmetic surgery to enlarge them, but not sure if it’s worth the sacrifice. May I ask if your areolae have always been this large or if this happened due to pregnancy? Good luck to you with your stretch marks.
Thank you for your compliments Brenda I knew right away I was going to breast feed. I think now a days since new moms are now between the ages of 15-20 they care more about there bodies and looks than giving their child by far the best stuff out there BREAST MILK! Why struggle with formula and bottles when your body naturaly produces something 100x better..it just makes no sense to me. I’ve learned to love my stretch marks even though they never really bothered me as much as others, and because my husband is the only one who sees me fully naked and he is no where near bothered by them I have no reason to feel insecure he respects me and my body for bringing our beautiful son into this world. My areolas where never this size before I got pregnant they were quarter size and very light pink and during pregnancy they transformed into what you see above I love them :) they nourished my boy and will soon nourish my daughter. I hope you find complete satisfaction and happiness weather you find a sense of acceptance or cosmetic surgery, I’m sure your as beautiful on the outside as you are on the inside. Its not everyday you see a message as nice as yours so thanks again :)
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