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After delivery, lot of marks on the belly, even she was using bio oil continuously. Please suggest proper solution and home remedy if any. Else any cream. Thanks.

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One must regularly do physical exercises, like abdominal crunches, sit-ups, swimming, etc. Which tone the underlying muscles and remove the ugly stretch marks. Here are some exercises, which are beneficial to remove stretch marks:------------------------ •For Stretch Marks on Stomach: You are required to lie down flat on your back. Now, bend your knees keeping the feet flat on the floor. Keep your hands on the sides of your head. Now, lift your upper body somewhat off the floor, contracting your abs.------------------------- - For best results, practise 20 lifts thrice a week------------ Apart from natural home remedies, various other simple options are also available to remove stretch marks. They are as follows:------------------- •Use oats as a natural scrub on the stretch marks.---------------------- •Use Vaseline on the stretch marks.---------------- •For itchy stretch marks, take a warm shower followed by a gentle oil massage.-------------------- •Folic acid is also effective for healing the stretch marks-------------------------- •Use a moisturizer on the affected area.---------------------- Useful Tips----------------------- •Consume protein, zinc and Vitamin C rich foods in abundance. Green salad, milk, fish, nuts and citrus fruits help a lot in diminishing stretch marks.-------------------- •Do yoga and other physical exercises on the regular basis.-------------- •Don’t scratch the affected area.------------------ •Keep your skin moisturized.--------------------- HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE------------------------------ SILICEA PENTARKAN (Wilmar Schwabe India) Chew 2 tab 3 times daily for 3 months----------------------
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