Does pregnancy line on stomach go away?
The good news is that once you have your baby, linea nigra typically starts fading in the months following delivery. But for some women, it never completely goes away, and it may come back if you get pregnant again. And, unfortunately, there’s really nothing you can do to safely prevent or treat it.
How can I get rid of my pregnancy line?
If you really want to get rid of linea nigra, Dr. Sheth says you may use bleaching creams after delivery if you’re formula-feeding, or you could try a fade cream or topical retinol. If you want a natural approach, try applying a little lemon juice to your skin.
Why won’t my pregnancy line go away?
In some women, though, it may never completely disappear. And if you get pregnant again, expect to see that line reappear. If the line doesn’t go away after pregnancy and its appearance bothers you, ask your dermatologist about using a skin bleaching cream. That may help the line fade more quickly.
Is the pregnancy line permanent?
According to the American Pregnancy Association, the pregnancy line — also known as linea negra — has to do with changing hormones during development and generally goes away on its own.
How long does the line on your stomach last?
The linea nigra should gradually fade all on its own a few months after your baby is born. In the meantime, try to embrace it as just one more thing that makes your growing bump beautiful.
How do I get rid of the dark line on my stomach not pregnant?
Because the linea alba is always present (it’s just too light to be seen), the increased pigment makes the line very obvious. For most people, the line will disappear on its own. There’s no treatment, but if you’re concerned about underlying issues that may be causing the dark line, talk with a doctor.