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goodkarma
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im really self concious bout my stomach coz weni was young i had an operation that went wrong and there a massive scar on it and it flops over im scareed boys will take the piss. Also im really worried coz my inner labia is longer than my outer labia is that normal
help

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Caramel Apple Pop
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Hey!

Welcome to the boards!

Everyones labia is diffrent. Your completly normal. If you would like to find more topics about your labia, use the search function on the upper right hand corner of the page. As for your stomach, a lot of guys think that scars are cool. I have a 11 inch scar on my back from scoliosis surgery. All the guys I have showed think it's really cool. Oh, and my stomach hangs over my jeans when I slouch also. I think almost everyones does. Crunches help a lot for that.

Hope I helped!

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KittenGoddess
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We had a fabulous Labia Blog-A-Thon a few months ago. Why don't you check out some of the links to that. All labia are different and beautiful.

And as far as your scar goes...everybody has scars. Someplace or another everybody's got one. Might be from the chicken pox, or maybe where you fell off your bike when you were 10, or even from some sort of surgery. Heck, most girls can show you the scars from the first attempt at leg shaving, lol. Don't stress about it. Scars tell stories and make you even more unique and special than you already are!

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goodkarma
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thankyou so much u guys are wikid and made me feel a whole lot better x

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Goodbye_blue_sky96
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Hey! glad to see you join the fun that is Scarleteen! I am here, to give you a guy's perspective on your tummy! in general, the boys/and or girls, who really truly care about you, won't care what in the world your stomach looks like. And, this is my thinking also. And besides, many guys/girls like some tummy on a girl, just like some like a lot, or a little. just like some people like small breasts, or large breasts. I'm also here to tell you that it's all good and beautiful in its own way!
So basically, in a nutshell, you may think your belly is ugly, but chances are, there's people out there that will think your tummy is absolutely adorable. You just have to learn to love your body. But, if this answer is still not to your liking, then there's always the cruncher and sit-up alternative! Sure hope I helped!

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TXRebelGirl
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I have a scar that goes totally across my lower stomach from my c-section when I had my daughter and I've had no complaints yet! LOL Also right above it I have ANOTHER one from getting my appendix out...It's all good. Regarding the tummy, if most women didn't have that problem then there wouldn't be so much money to be made on abdominal exercisers like the ab-wheel and ab-roller! LOL I prefer to do reverse crunches (you raise your legs/hips as opposed to your head, neck and shoulders) cause they work the lower abs more and they're easier on your neck.

Peace!

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