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There can be no actual argument that women are, if not physically stronger than men, emotionally and mentally more tough than their male counterparts.

And if you’re thinking “sure there can,” then hold the phone until you’ve scrolled through these 15 posts full of irrefutable evidence.

15. Yet the men who “love us” don’t want us to even think about a breast reduction.

14. And there are actual doctors out there who don’t believe us.

13. You never know when or where the shaming will come – only that it will.

12. There are so many layers to this issue.

11. And there’s nothing little about some baby’s heads.

Whelp – that's what 10 centimeters looks like – just perfect for that little head.

Posted by SCV Birth Center on Sunday, April 7, 2019

10. Your body will literally never be the same as it was before you were pregnant.

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Period bloating is real and even more painful if you have diastasis recti. Welcome back to "5 months pregnant" look! 😐 I don't know if my tummy tuck will affect this thing, but one day in a month isn't such a big deal. I skipped my workout today, because I don't feel good today – my stomach hurts and actually almost every muscle in my body is sore. I just did a gentle HIIT workout on treadmill – 1,5 min run (9.5 km/h speed, 7 incline) and active rest (6 km/h walking until my heart rate drops to 135). I repeated this 4 times. Actually running took the pain away. I always choose to be active on my first period day, because moving helps me deal with pain. #womenwholift #weighttraining #workoutmotivation #womenfitness #weightliftingwomen #tummytuckjourney #trainer #personaltrainer #strengthtraining #diastasisrecti #diastāze #diastasis #abseparation #abdominalseparation #fitnessaddict #fitmom #fitnesstrainer #fitnesswomen #fitgirl #fitmum #fitover30 #fitnessinspiration #fitnessgirl #fitwomen #certifiedfitnesstrainer #certifiedtrainer #momswholift #bodyafterbabies #periodproblems #periodbloat

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9. Seriously you’re not funny.

8. The alternative is actually trusting me to wear condoms.

7. It’s not our idea of a fun afternoon.

6. We get judged by certain beauty standards without being able to tell our story.

5. You have to submit, every year. Or else!

4. And it takes at least 9 months to even feel like you might be “normal” again one day.

3. Because this is reality – as are comments like “I think the doctor left something in there har har!”

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#postpartumbody ⠀ 4 weeks after the birth of my triplets. 👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼 ⠀ I still have a weird looking hanging belly, and I am a bit surprised it has not gotten smaller since my last picture three weeks ago. Kind of disappointing I must admit, and I am not too happy to share this picture. On the positive side the c-section scar doesn’t hurt anymore, and in the last two days I’ve almost felt like myself again! Except for this heavy sagging belly that is. 😆 I’ve been waiting for some belly bands that were shipped from the US several weeks ago, and they will finally arrive tomorrow. Can’t wait to try them on and see if they have any effect! ⠀ ⠀ #triplets #postpartum #impatient

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2. Women are warriors.

1. Another day, another invasive, routine, uncomfortable medical procedure.



Now, move along!