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I am 4 weeks po tt with mr tomorrow. I never had very much swelling except for the ken effect. I am noticing that my stomach muscle is extremely hard. I can feel it directly under my skin, no swelling or flud buildup at all. It is absolutely completely flat!!! I love that part!! I am starting to notice, though, that my left side of the bb is very smooth and flat but the right side is kind of humped up and sticking out more than the left. Kind of hard to explain. Like i said, this side also is absolutely hard under the skin so i don't think its fluid buildup pushing it out. I am wondering if maybe the muscle from the mr is just swollen and hopefully this will eventually go down. Has anyone had this experience before of one side being flat and the other not?
It's funny you should post this, because I was noticing this just the other day. At night, when I am swollen, my left side sticks out way more than my right. It too is hard, not squishy at all.....maybe it's just the muscle, like you said? Whatever it is, at least know that you are not alone!!! I know I didn't help much, maybe someone else will post who has dealt with this before!
If I understand you correctly, I had the same thing. I was really concerned. I just started to really lightly massage the area. A few weeks later and I can barely tell it is there. My PS told me it was normal.. and that in time it would resolve itself. Hope that is all it is... just a tough area, slowly healing.
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