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    Pre-Baby Body - Will you ever get it back?
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Considering you are not finding enough time to sleep (much less shower), how are you going to fit exercise into your schedule?

    Are you struggling to lose those extra pounds you gained growing your new baby boy or girl? How are you feeling about your post pregnancy body?

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    Share you thoughts and tips for getting your body back.

    Elizabeth

    Elizabeth
    ~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown
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    capriciousangel31 responded:
    Well Showering and exercising are hard to fit in ( I am lucky to shower lol ) and Next week I go back to work so exercising is really out of the question.

    It's been 3 weeks since I had my baby and I only have 3lbs left to lose to hit my pre-pregnancy weight.
    I don't like my tummy right now as it's all lose and my belly button still hasn't gone back to being an innie and I wonder if it ever will.


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