I got them when my arms got to 17 inches. When I started focussing more
on my back to correct a strength imbalance between the chest and back I
got them along the back of my shoulder, too. It's too late for me, but
if you discover a way to make the problem less, please let us know. I
have a feeling that if there was a reliable way, women would have been
using it a lot sooner than weight trainees (pregnancy and stretch marks
and the tiger belly thing).
Are you registered as a bone marrow donor? You regenerate what you
donate. You are offered the chance to donate only if you match a person
on the recipient list. Call your local Red Cross and ask about
registering to be a bone marrow donor.
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Guess what happens when you go into a tanning booth? The stretch marks
turn a different color. I don't look like a tiger, I look like a
but a healthy plant! I'm in the same boat...
Yeah, I've had stretch marks on my back for 7-8 years since I had my
growth spurt and grew 10 inches in one year. They haven't gone away
yet, but have faded some. And I've got the exact same stretch mark as
you on the side of my right armpit, as well as a few small ones on my
lats. These are more recent (~1 year) and haven't faded much.
"Fructose does indeed take a longer time to turn into
glucose then fructose does."---Brad (wad...@hotmail.com)
Katra gets emu oil out of plants, apparently.