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July 1st, 2006, 11:04 AM
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Evenually mine went down, but they stayed bigger for a bit this last time, but af took a little longer to come back as well.

I don't know - I feel like my "pooch" is permanent now & I can't imagine. I know women that went through a full term pg & their belly went down faster. I think I need to do more sit-ups, but I hate them. I am sure there are some changes that are permanent, but your boobs will probably go down a bit after af. In my family it seems the women end up with smaller boobs after babies.....I think anything can happen. I wouldn't worry too much about it. Even if they don't change, in time all changes begin to feel normal. I am sorry they feel like a reminder to you right now.
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