Alternative for above belt bulge?
Hello all! First time reader... and poster :P
I've looked around, and I can't really find information on this. I'm almost ashamed not to know this...
I'm a skinny 33 year-old male, and I've had a belly bulge above my belt line for the longest of times. I know it's my pants and belt that cut into my belly, and since I have a sitting job, every hour I spend sitting down is killing my mid-section... and believe me that's a lot of hours :S
Positioning belt and pants elsewhere only brings discomfort when possible. I wear size 34-36 pants (36's look baggy most of the time on me). I'd say there's a 1 inch difference between the belt line (36) and just above (37). Is there something I'm doing wrong? Can I sit differently? Is a (gulp) girdle my only choice? Please help.
P.S.: Writing this in the tummy tuck section, because my ultimate question is: should I get a tummy tuck, won't I be recreating this problem all over again after a while?
Welcome to the forum!
A tummy tuck might help in your situation. Can you post some pics to help assess the situation?
Well I think this is a predicament that many people encounter after their 20's (men and women!) I think a tummy tuck may help, or maybe just a little spot liposuction in the area.
Like Robyne said if you can post some photos and share more details (weight, height etc) that will help!
Hey guys. Sorry about the long wait.
OK, here are the pictures.
Weight: 182-ish lbs
I have pretty much had this forever, no matter how much I train (during those rare bouts of health mania), or not.
I've always seen tummy tucks as leaving really obvious signs of... well, of having had a tummy tuck. Not just from the scars, but the over all "tucked" look...
I'd go with lipo, as la_angel suggested.
Or a hardcore workout for a couple months might do the trick. No tummy tuck for sure it's not that bad.
That is so hard to get rid of. It's practically impossible. I found that cutting out simple sugars and having more lean protein in my diet helps. I usually have an egg white sandwhich in the morning for instance. There are some exercises you could do too...but if all else fails, then lipo might be the best answer.
I did try intense exercise for a while, and I got to where my cheeks are curving in and still the bulge is there.
OK for lipo, a bit more affordable than TT :)
I vote for lipo!!!
I don't even think a tummy tuck would be possible because, that would require more excess skin.
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