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    abh114 posted:
    So I have nobody to talk to when it comes to this and want to get it off my chest so I figured I would see if anyone else is going through the same thing. When I first found out I was pregnant I knew there was a possibility I would get strech marks because my mom has them but I figured with the right amount of weight gain and lots of bio oil and vit. e cream that maybe I would get lucky and not get them or not get them as bad! I am a little over 26 weeks and I have gained 14lbs so far and im very loyal to oiling my body down as if i were trying to fit between the crack of a door:) But just recently a few deep stretch marks have appeared below my belly button. Already I am extremely self contious over them and very upset because I still have wks left to go so im assuming they will get wayyyyyyyyyyyyy worse. I look at myself and just hate it. I wouldnt give this blessing away for anything but im really upset by it. Mainly because of my own self esteem but also because i wonder what my husband thinks. I was just wondering if anyone else thinks about the same thing??????????????

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