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Age: 89.84d   Health: 15.44%   Posters: 16   Posts: 20   Replies: 19   Files: 1+3

>>Anonymous  23oct2017(mo)23:10  No.54490  OP  P1
may (pokemon), lusty38.swf (1.39 MiB)
1280x720, Compressed. 609 frames, 24 fps (00:25).
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>>Anonymous  24oct2017(tu)05:24  No.54506  A  P2R1
>>Anonymous  24oct2017(tu)14:40  No.54518  B  P3R2
w.. waht the.. why?
>>Anonymous  24oct2017(tu)15:48  No.54519  C  P4R3
>>Anonymous  25oct2017(we)03:21  No.54533  D  P5R4
>>Anonymous  25oct2017(we)03:23  No.54535  E  P6R5
isn't the stomach supposed to go down as you push out the thing that makes it big?
>>Anonymous  25oct2017(we)05:21  No.54538  F  P7R6
>make birthing fetish flash
>can't be bothered to make the stomach go down

Poor form, lusty38

>>Anonymous  25oct2017(we)08:51  No.54541  G  P8R7
>>Anonymous  27oct2017(fr)03:05  No.54567  H  P9R8
That's it, I'll stop fapping
>>Anonymous  27oct2017(fr)05:10  No.54569  I  P10R9
You know that's not how it works right?
>>Anonymous  27oct2017(fr)12:41  No.54572  J  P11R10
>the stomach doesn't get smaller
Sure thing, Labor-and-Delivery-Nurse Anon. Now go tell the stomach that.
>>Anonymous  27oct2017(fr)23:02  No.54580  K  P12R11
Its a miracle!
>>Anonymous  27oct2017(fr)23:55  No.54583  E  P13R12
I've not actually seen a birth myself so if there's a reason why the stomach stays big I'm all ears.
>>Anonymous  28oct2017(sa)05:13  No.54586  L  P14R13
>>Anonymous  28oct2017(sa)08:45  No.54587  M  P15R14
>>54583 pregnant-body/how-long-before-my-belly-is-normal-a gain/

>>Anonymous  28oct2017(sa)09:10  No.54588  N  P16R15
>>54587 Not surprising that people here don't know this.
>>Anonymous  28oct2017(sa)13:46  No.54591  J  P17R16
Did you even read what you posted?
>Immediately after delivery of the baby, the uterus shrinks down to the level of the belly button
So there's shrinkage immediately after giving birth, ergo it isn't the same size.
>and over the next 6 to 10 weeks, goes back to its original size (the size of a closed fist) and location (the pelvis).
No one here has claimed it would instantly return to 100% pre-pregnancy state, so that's not an argument.
>>Anonymous  29oct2017(su)05:53  No.54615  O  P18R17
Nah, that was exactly what was argued by anon.
Noone said: That uterus sure has to go down again.
Rather they said "stomach" which most likely refers to what is seen from the outside, aka the skin. So the link provided indeed all the needed information, mah friend.
>>Anonymous  29oct2017(su)08:30  No.54623  M  P19R18
Did you read the part after that?
>The skin, however, takes much longer to go back to its pre-pregnancy condition. Immediately after delivery, many women describe their lower bellies as "bowls full of jelly" as the skin has no elasticity and hangs over the lower belly.
>>Anonymous  29oct2017(su)11:39  No.54624  J  P20R19
Nah, the skin is only a couple of mm's thick famalamadingdongs, Subcutaneous tissue is not part of the skin either.
>Rather they said "stomach" which most likely refers to what is seen from the outside, aka the skin.
>most likely
More likely people just call it "stomach" in casual, because it's easier/simpler.
Or are you gonna tell me that they genuinely believe that the fetus is situated in the woman's stomach?
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