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Cellulite and Pregnancy

As you progress in your pregnancy, you notice that your swelling a bit, in all areas of you body, however, you may also notice that something else has made an appearance, Cellulite. Here are some things you should know about Cellulite...

young pregnant womanIt is almost always a glorious occasion when a woman finds out she is pregnant. You will excitedly talk to friends and your mom about what to expect during pregnancy, and of course, your doctor should fill you in of the necessary precautions that you need to take.

As you progress in your pregnancy, you notice that your swelling a bit, in all areas of you body, however, you may also notice that something else has made an appearance; Cellulite. By this stage of your pregnancy, hormones have almost surely have taken over and you may get mad, however, it is more likely that you will break down in tears.

Cellulite is caused by many different things, it gives your skin on you’re a dimple appearance much like cottage cheese. It is found mostly on the hips thighs and buttocks and women who have it consider it to be unsightly. It is brought on by weight gain, and pregnancy is when it strikes the most. Cellulite is a build up of fat deposits.

Interestingly enough, cellulite does not strike everyone. If cellulite is in your family, than you will more likely to be affected by it. What is equally interesting is that cellulite is not a medical term nor can it be found in any medical journals.

Medical professionals and health centers disagree on what causes cellulite, medical professional claim that it is brought on by rapid weight gain and health center professionals claim that it is fat build up and water retention. Either way, it is unwelcome and women will do everything that they can to get rid of it.

Unfortunately, there is no miracle cure for cellulite. Once you have it, it is here to stay. There are however, ways to decrease the appearance of cellulite and give you back your beautiful skin.

You have heard it a thousand times, a healthy diet and exercise routine will is the best thing that you can do. In the case of cellulite, no truer words have ever been spoken. A healthy diet and exercise routine will reduce the chance of fat build up. You will improve the way you feel and the way you look.

Being pregnant means that it is critical to take care of your body, at least until your baby is born. When you eat well, you will are giving your baby every opportunity to be born healthy.

Many women are desperate to get rid of cellulite and will try any product that sounds like it has a chance of working. There are many different creams and lotions on the market today that claim that they get rid of cellulite. Many of them are creams that are meant for women who are not pregnant, and the rest are not effective in any way. One thing you can do is make sure the product is backed up with a money back guarantee. If you are pregnant, also check with your health care professional before trying anything new.

There are also medical procedure that can be performed, however you will have to wait until the baby is born. Liposuction is the most popular form of elective surgery to get rid of cellulite, however it is very expensive and because it is considered cosmetic surgery, it is not covered by most insurance plans. Liposuction does not get rid of it cellulite completely, however it does minimize the appearance a great deal. Liposuction is not recommended for everyone, and it is important that you consult your physician before having a procedure done.

Many health and nutrition stores and also herbalists offer natural products to reduce the appearance of cellulite. It is important to understand that none of these products, natural or otherwise have been proven to get rid of cellulite. It is also very important to note that anything that you take has an affect on your unborn child.

The only thing that has proved to reduce the appearance of cellulite is diet and exercise. Even if you are pregnant, there are special exercises that you can do that are designed for pregnant women and are not strenuous. Starting an exercise routine can be rough at first, however when you are in a routine, you will notice the difference of how you feel and look in just a couple of weeks.

The decision to get rid of cellulite is yours and yours alone. The only thing that you need to keep in mind is the safety of your unborn child. Remember to always consult with your health care professional.  


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