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Stretch marks are an unavoidable concern for most pregnant women. At 3-6 months of pregnancy, more than 70% of pregnant women will have pink or purple-red irregular longitudinal fissures in the abdominal skin. After giving birth, they will gradually fade out the silvery stretch marks. Once the stretch marks are produced, they will not disappear, but if you strengthen prenatal care and avoid excessive weight gain, you can significantly reduce the incidence of stretch marks.
Stretch marks are caused by stretch marks that result from overstretching of the skin. Certain hormonal conditions, such as pregnancy, puberty, or weight fluctuations, can cause some people to develop atrophy lines.
During pregnancy, the secretion of glucocorticoids by the adrenal cortex increases, which weakens the skin's elasticity, tearing the elastic fibers that become brittle when the tension increases, local skin shrinks, and thins, and the capillaries and vein walls in the dermis also expand and become thinner. Thin, so that the color of the blood is easily exposed, stretch marks are usually pink or purple.
Even under the above hormonal conditions, the production of stretch marks can be avoided and reduced. Still, for some people particularly prone to stretch marks, it is impossible to prevent the production of stretch marks completely. Once stretch marks are born, there is no cure.
A stretch mark is essentially a scar from the inside out. Whether it is stretch marks on the legs or abdomen, the improvement methods are the same, including laser, olive oil, vitamin A acid, etc. A recent study suggested the topical use of silicone gel for effective improvement.
Scientific program prevention, Longterm Medical wishes all pregnant mothers:
Enjoy happiness and no longer fear 'stretch marks.'
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Editor: kiki Jia
Date: July 5, 2022