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What Are My Options? I'm A Fit, Thin Woman With Rectus Diastisis And Umbilical Hernia (photo)
I Am 5'4 1/2 " Tall, 108lbs. I Have Had Two Children (5 and 1). I Have a Full Rectus Diastisis from Sternum to Pubis with the widest part at the umbilicus (atleast 3 fingers width). The abdominal muscles are no longer flat. I have an epigastric and an umbilical hernai (according to a general surgeon). I also have some extra skin when I bend over. Which surgery is best for me? How do I find a plastic surgeon in my area that has done the most abdominoplasties on fit, active, thin women with rectus diastisis and umbilical/ventral hernia and minimal extra skin after two pregnancies?
Diastasis without skin laxity
Fit, Thin Woman With Rectus Diastisis And Umbilical Hernia
Thin, fit but diastasis recti and umbilical hernia
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