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tummy tuck

how much does a tummy tuck cost? can you have one after having 3 c-sections and cut vertical with all 3 of them? I have also had gull blatter surgery and my tubes tied. My last procedure was about 2 years ago. I have bad belly flab from my babies. I have had 4 babies. I have really bad stretch marks too. Is there anything I can do that is not surgery that will help with any of this too? I hate my body!! I just want to look good again. Any answer? Thank you for your time.


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Hi Bev, I also am a mom of two . My youngest three months old . My stomach got stretched pretty bad . I am considering this procedure as well . How bad was your pain ?  For example , could you walk at all the first week?  I really want to do this procedure but i am very afraid of the pain it may cause!  I'm guessing you cant  lift anything for a while so I probably should wait until my son is older.  
Thank you for your help!!
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178107 tn?1315947630
I had one in January. I am so happy with the results.  I had had also had four babies and two c-sections, and several other surgeries. I also had stretch marks on my lower stomach, they were all cut away.  My scar is hardly noticable now.  My tummy looks like it did when I was a teenager. The first week was pretty bad but I would do it again in a heartbeat.  No more belly flap, no more stretch marks, no more fat belly.  They stitched the muscles together so I actually have a six pack. It cost $7200.  
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1090778 tn?1293748742
i think so! why not, i was watching Dr's show, and they spoke on how some women lose the elasticity muscle in their stomach from childbirth or being over wght.
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