How long should I wait to lay in the tanning bed after having a baby?!

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I gave birth to my second son almost 3 weeks ago & I'm SO ready to start getting my body back in order, I'm ready to execise & lay in the tanning bed but I'm not sure how long I should wait!!

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Kate CP - posted on 05/16/2010

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You know what? I'm going to take the advice of the World Health Organization and The American Cancer society over a group of tanning salon owners when it comes to CANCER.

Barbara - posted on 05/16/2010

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You have 2 children and you want to go on a sun bed?? give your head a shake girl. Do you not yet understand SUNBEDS GIVE YOU SKIN CANCER you have responsibilites now, dont be so vain

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As an oncologist I'd like to offer the following advice. Do not ever use a tanning bed. Use of tanning beds is associated with a significant increase in risk of developing all types of skin cancer including malignant melanoma. it is not worth the risk

Becky - posted on 05/15/2010

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Interesting, the only people defending tanning are people who own tanning salons. Hmmmmm.... can we say only interested in the bottom line? People who have a vested interest in a product will always tell you that product is safe, until they are forced to do otherwise. How many drugs are out there that are marketed as such wonderful drugs, and then we find out that they have caused people to have strokes, heart attacks, blood clots...
It's your choice whether to tan or not and when, but do take into consideration that it has been proven to be dangerous and you may be putting yourself at risk of disfigurement or worse, leaving your baby without a mother at a young age.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 05/15/2010

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@ Brittany doctors reportedly sending their patients in for depression... uh riiight.

I believe what you're getting at there is the link between vitamin D deficiency and depression. While tanning (Ie: The sun) does provide you with vitamin D- medically speaking (I'm a HHA and learning phlebotomy so I had to go through a lot of medical stuff, plus a few years ago my dad had to get a biopsy on a mole on his back- luckily that was benign.) but not enough to justify going into a tanning bed. A Dr would be better off prescribing a vitamin D suppliment or if it's real depression an actual antidepressant like Paxil.

And after all that just check out the credible sites on the links between UVA/UVB rays and Melanoma.

Oh and FYI Melanoma is always malignant(read that in my terminology book), but the cancer itsself is one of the most easy to prevent and the prevention is cheap, accessable and easy to use it's Sunscreen!

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Krista - posted on 05/16/2010

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I'm with Kate on this. If you want to tan, it's your life and your body. I'll think you're an idiot for doing so, but it's still your choice.



But it's incredibly irresponsible to come on here and say that dermatologists promote tanning, and to willfully downplay the potential effects of it.



If you want to do something that's bad for you, go for it. We're all adults here, and none of us are perfect -- we all have bad habits. But if you think that there's no harm in your bad habit, then you're only fooling yourself -- because you sure as heck aren't fooling us.

Kristy - posted on 05/16/2010

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Tina,
Do you have any links on safety of spray tan? I have never been a big fan of it because I am not sure about the chemicals and dyes sitting on my skin for the prolonged amount of time before showering. And the over spray as you mentioned. It has been promoted as the safe alternative but I am not sure about it. Most people who do use the spray tan ( and opt for airbrush rather then a booth if possible..) do so for a short term goal. For special occation or vacation. it does not contain sunscreen and although you do apear tan, it does not offer any protection from burning outdoors.

Nikki - posted on 05/16/2010

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Everyone can go to google and find an article to support whether or not to go tanning. I have talked to my doctor multiple times about tanning since I had my daughter and he said it was fine as long as I didn't over do it. But like Brittany said there are many other things out there that can kill you yet everyone attacks tanning.

Tina - posted on 05/16/2010

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Please remember ladies, spray tanning may be a healthy alternative for a tanned look. Do your research before opting for a spray tan and that the facility has proper ventilation. Your skin may benefit but your lungs won't breathing in the mist. FDA is still researching the affects of this on our lungs. I can't emphasize enough, do your research and make your own judgements. You are adults and what you choose to do is no one's business but your own. You in the end face those consequences--be smart, be educated, practice moderation in all areas of your life... most of all be remember you can do everything right, but we all have to go somehow, someday. ...and it may not be skin cancer but it will be some other way. Something to think about.

Michelle - posted on 05/16/2010

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Well I certainly didn't want to make Ashley feel like a bad mother. My point about tanning beds is we know they are not safe in the long run. But so are many other bad behaviors we all have. My point is there is a safe alternative to tanning and that is a spray on tan. As far as excercise Ashley, talk with your OB/GYN...generally 6-8 weeks. By the way, your little boy is beautiful!! Go girl and get that hot Mama body back!

Tina - posted on 05/16/2010

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This is very true, whether you tan or not, keep a good lotion handy with Vitamin E for those stretch marks, and as always seek guidance from a doctor, dermatologist & esthetician for proper skincare. These individuals are your best resources :o)

Kristy - posted on 05/16/2010

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point being, if you are eating fast food and are feeding yourself and your kids unhealthy food choices and exposing them to the dangers of micro radiation, breathing in chemicals, etc... don't tell a young mother she is going to die and leave her kids motherless because she wants to lay in the tanning bed before her wedding date. she isn't putting her kids in the tanning bed is she? She wants to tan for a short term goal. if your eating habbits are unhealthy and you are over weight or engage in any choice in your life that is increasing your risk of heath issues down the road, then don't point a finger at a young mother because she is chosing to do something that has health risk.
istead of researching uv and skin cancer, which for those uv haters out there, has nothing to do with you... go research heart disease, cancer, altziemers, oesteoprosis... something that does.

Tina - posted on 05/16/2010

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Agree kissed by the sun is sexy, but is not considered healthier. Vitamin D is created by the body, any exposure to UVA/UVB rays (found in sun and tanning units) is not considered healthy when done in extremes. Vitamin D is created with a mindful approach to exposure, too much sun or tanning anywhere is cause for trouble. There are many people who suffer sun damage and have cancer from too much being kissed in the sun (don't forget your suncreen, and moisturize, moisturize, moisturize). Everything in moderation, just like chocolate :o) have a sunny day!

Kristy - posted on 05/16/2010

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kate, how many times do I have acknowledge and say in print that UV exposure indoor or outdoor increases your risk to skin cancer? No where in any of my post did I say it is perfectly safe.
i am smart tan certified. I DID own a tanning salon and i DID manage a salon chain, did meaning past tense. It has bees indicated that myself and brittany offer our adivce based on the monitary gain we receive. I don't own a salon or manage a slaon any more. I dont' recruit and never recruited tanners and I don't tell anyone that tanning is perfectly safe. Being Smart Tan Certified means that I have certification of the risk associated with uv exposure specifically tanning units. and I have been educated on how to educate people who do chose to tan indoor how minimize the risk. Not eliminate. Reduce. Not go find a research study they are already aware of, post it, and act like that makes me the professor of good health and gives me a license to badger.
And yes, moderate uv exposure does have risk. things you do every single day, cellphones, microwave, fatty foods, non excercise, bad foods, chemicals you breath.. have short term affects and long term risk that you can't see happening until it is too late.

Kate CP - posted on 05/16/2010

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This topic went from tanning to talking on cell phones and obesity. That's quite a jump.

Kristy - posted on 05/16/2010

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my point is moderate uv exposure, sure there is a risk to skin cancer. But obesity, unhealthy foods, no exercise, drinking anything but water, smoking, drinking, chemicals, preservatives, microwaves, cell phones..... research research reasearch... I can go grab plenty of links to support the facts if you like... then take a hard look at yourself and your choices you make for yourself every single day. anyone disputing that excessive uv exposure increases your risk to skin cancer? I can guarantee you that ashley tanning before her wedding is going to put her at alot less risk of death then what most of you do to your bodies every day. why don't you remove that log from your own eye before you go trying to pluck a twig from someone elses? As for this leather bag cancer looking mother.. I dont' smoke, I don't drink, i eat organic foods, I drink alot of water, I exercise daily, I don't take medications unless absolutely necessary, clean with natural non chemical based products. I am wwwwwaaaaaaayyyy healthier then most everyone on here. Everything you do to excess is wrong. If i were ashley, I would RUN from this whole thread. she didn't learn anything that she didn't already know about the risk. But she probably did learn a thing or two about people.

Thanks.

Colette - posted on 05/16/2010

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Tanning beds would really advise against them....only used three or four times....but since having a mole removed (tests showed it was pre-cancerous) from my back ...would never risk it again....gentle exercise walking prob the best to start off with !!

Kate CP - posted on 05/16/2010

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Kristy: I agree with you that she shouldn't be made to feel bad and that needs to stop.



Now, while you may not be judging people because they choose not to tan (and I really don't think I am, I'm just stating a fact that it causes cancer) but you are giving misleading information saying that it's perfectly safe; it's not. There is a difference between taking a risk like talking on a cell phone or crossing the street versus purposefully putting yourself in harm's way like laying in a tanning bed or bungee jumping without a bungee.



And it was my impression based on what you and Brittany both said that you did at one point profit from tanning salons.

You: "I owned a tanning salon, have managed other tanning salons, and am Smart Tan certified."

Brittany: "My mother and I use to own 2 tanning salons before moving to a different state."

Brianna - posted on 05/16/2010

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lol kristy i held back but i'm pretty sure you just said everything i was thinking.

Kristy - posted on 05/16/2010

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clarification. Brittany is in the medical field. i am in the legal field. Neither of us profit from the industry. Both of us are educated on both sides of the issue. Neither of us are judging people who choose not to tan at all. I don't want to hear how you think people who tan look like leather bags and have "the cancer look" or how if you tan you are going to die and statements indicating that if Ashely tans for her wedding she is a bad mother. Come on. Who the heck gives any of you the right to make a statement like that? No one on here lives under a rock. You are not bringing the new revelation to the world that excessive UV exposure causes skin cancer. Point made. Don't use your point to degrade this girl as a mother.
Are all of you healthy and at your ideal body weight? You don't eat fatty foods or drink caffeine right? I mean, you are increasing your risk of heart disease you you are overweight. You are going to leave yor children without a mother.. Oh, and you all drive the speed limit and follow every traffic rule right? You are putting your life in danger if you aren't. What a horrible mother. You don't clean your home with chemical based cleaners, right? You can your own food and don't feed yourself and your kids foods chalked with perservatives and addatives, correct? Oh, and you don't use a microwave.. or cell phone. I am sure you have read the studies that both are linked to cancer.. right?
How ridiculous is that? Seriously. Nothing irritates me more then any someone taking the angle of making a young mother feel like she is a bad mother because she may chose to do something you don't agree with. it's wrong.

Brianna - posted on 05/16/2010

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ok im assuming you posted this not because you wanted a dumb lecture on how bad tanning is for you (i'm sure you already know it's effects) but because you want a real answer and not someones own opinion on the subject of tanning itself. so in that case you can go tanning whenever you want after having a baby. i would wait the recommended 6-8 weeks for exercising though.

Kate CP - posted on 05/16/2010

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Ginger, tanning or laying out in the sun raises your core body temperature which is NOT healthy or safe if you are pregnant. You can easy give yourself heat stroke or cause a miscarriage. I'm shocked your doctor didn't tell you that or know about that.

Nicole - posted on 05/16/2010

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I agree with some of the other ladies....tanning beds are soooo very bad for you and if you want to stay alive and healthy for your children then stay away from the tanning beds. I use to tan all the time when I was younger and I stopped after I had kids and glad I did. Just lay out in the sun (with protected sun screen) or spray tan they are a lot less harmfull to your body.Good Luck.

Shannon - posted on 05/16/2010

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Kissed by the sun is much sexier than tan - healthier too. Get your vitamin D early mornings and late afternoon. No tanning bed! Eat high protein and workout during the hottest part of the day - AVOID the high sun. Be good to your skin. It's all you've got.

Tina - posted on 05/16/2010

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As with any choices we make foods we eat, and all things we expose your bodies to both internally and externally it is always smart to follow what is best for you. Exposure to sun can be just as harmful as tanning beds. I own a salon and we have a tanning bed and we are trained and certified by government approved courses on tanning. At our salon we make it a point to educate our clients about the importance of moderation when choosing to tan. This would apply to sunbathing as well. You always want to be kind to your skin whether in the sun or a tanning unit. Never tan dry, always use a lotion that keeps your skin moisturized both before and after tanning. Also tanning when pregnant is not recommended much like saunas. Simply put your skin is more light sensitive (Photosensitivity) and the heat raises your blood pressure, we never encourage our pregnant tanners to tan and they must present a doctor's note to be kept on file should they push the issue. As for after pregnacy always speak with your doctor about when it will be safe for you to tan whether you choose indoor tanning or outdoor exposure. Always practice caution. As for all of the media, much of the examples are based on extreme cases and exploited as such. There are many people who tan successfully using good judgement. Good luck, and many good wishes to you and your baby.

Elizabeth - posted on 05/16/2010

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If you value your life and want to be around for your child, please skip the tanning bed. They are toxic and related to skin cancer! Enjoy your beautiful baby :)

Michelle - posted on 05/16/2010

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Please don't use a tanning bed. Not only has it been proven to be bad for you, it will set a bad example for your child. Just like smoking back in the 60's and 70's, there were a lot of defenders of smoking back then...but not anymore. Same with tanning beds. Get a spray on tan, perfectly safe. And congrats on the new baby.

Jennifer - posted on 05/16/2010

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If you still have lots of stretch marks from the instant weight loss (ie birth) be careful...tanning beds make cuts become worse scars so they might do the same for those stretch marks. I am not an expert but it is something to look into, I am sure you don't want them to be permanent!

Amanda - posted on 05/16/2010

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lol kristy and brittany... you tan, because it is your skin burning, TO ANY DEGREE.... there is no such thing as a "good tan"... yes, you are probably going to get a tan, unless you stay inside your whole life, or only go out for like ten minute intervals lathered in sunscreen, but you shouldn't be crazy enough to go to a tanning salon(or own one and try acting like its not just as bad for you as smoking ciggarettes or drinking alcohol)





i was working at a grocery store when i was like 17... heard the dumbest comment of my life... "Well, I used to go tanning 5 times a week, but I had to cut back to only 2 or 3 times, because I got skin cancer on my hand a while back" WTH??!?!? Are you kidding me??? And yes, if you tan too long in the sun or in the cancer bed, you are gonna look like dried up leather, which is gross. I have personally tagged it "the skin cancer look" because you look like you have it or are going to(you in general, not in specific)

Nicole - posted on 05/16/2010

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I am a nationally certfied personal trainer and it is always best to check with your doctor before starting any form of excerise and it is especially important to do so after giving birth. Typically you should wait 6 weeks postpartum just to give your body a chance to heal from childbirth, however if your doctor gives you the green light earlier you can start by walking. Then as the weeks and months progress you can incorporate more cardio and add the much needed resistance training. While cardio is great for kick starting your weight loss using weights will help to better transform your body shape per se. Always try to eat a healthy diet and as I have heard many people say here moderation is key. Don't deny yourself anything especially if you are breastfeeding b/c your body still needs extra calories. For eaxample, if you want some cookies eat them, just not everyday. :-)

As for tanning beds, well I would day never use them as well. I am a sun lover and used to use tanning beds myself, but there is no denying that they aren't good for you. Since becoming a parent my whole mindset has changed and I no longer just think of myself. Therefore, I changed many things such as tanning. Don't get me wrong I love still being outdoors and being the sun only now I do it safer. I do however have a vitmain D deficiency so some time in the sun WITHOUT sunscreen is necessary (about 10 minutes a day). Someone posted going outdoors with sunscreen on to get your vitamin D and that is incorrect. The sunscreen prevents your skin from absorbing it. Anyway, have you ever thought about self-tanners. I have used them and while not all are created equally there are some on the market that give some nice even color and a glow. Or you can get a spray tan at the tanning salon. With that being said congrats on your new arrival and good luck on getting bak to you!

Keri - posted on 05/16/2010

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wow. this is a very testy subject. who knew? I say you are grown, do what ya want. Everyone knows the risks involved. Hell you could choke to death from eating hard card, teeth could rot out from drinking pop, get run over crossin the street or struck by lightening in a storm. There are risks in everything we do. I usually tan long enough to get a base tan. If I don't the first time I go outside I will burn to a crisp. Im talking blisters and all. Im blond headed and fair skin so it doesn't take much. A lot of these posts are very intimidating holy cow

Darlene - posted on 05/16/2010

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The tanning bed part, I would say don't use...at all. Research it some before you decide if it's a safe alternative for you. I am contemplating using a spray tan as an alternative.

Sue - posted on 05/16/2010

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Well that depends on old you plan on being when you die and leave your children without a mom. NEVER go in a tanning bed they are not safe. You can get skin cancer just like being in the sun.Show your children you love them and want to be there for them for a long time.

Michele - posted on 05/16/2010

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A solution to the tanning - Fake Bake. A friend recommended it as she used it and loved it and no UV rays, just a spray on tan you can do at home.

Keri - posted on 05/16/2010

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You raise an interesting question. Never thought about it bein bad. I am ready as well, My philosophy is tan fat is prettier than white fat, the trick is finding time to go tan. I wouldn't think there would be any harm in it. However if you are breastfeeding, be sure to clean lotion off your breasts real well.

Jodi - posted on 05/16/2010

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No-one is throwing stones at anyone's choices. Just the misinformation. If you are going to make a choice at least acknowledge and recognise the dangers associated with that choice. I think that is the point that many people are trying to make.

Brittany - posted on 05/16/2010

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Kristy, no need to explain your self to ppl that are not open minded. they don't care nor do you and I about their choices. Obviously they are just here to cause an argument that is neither right nor wrong. They only be little themselves if they speak of others wrongly and throw stones. I too will still be laying in the nice hot Arizona sun getting my tan on. Let them do as they will.

Ginger - posted on 05/16/2010

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I used a tanning bed all the way through my last two pregnancies, and postpartum. I also tanned even though I was nursing. I have had the same OB for 17 years and she does not recommend against tanning bed use except for a possible cause of skin cancer. If it makes you feel better physically and mentally, go for it! It's UV light, not an x-ray machine. It's not going to affect your milk, or your uterus, or anything besides your skin.

Kristy - posted on 05/16/2010

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I choose moderate uv exposure in the form of indoor tanning because I am aware of the risk associated with excessive uv exposure both in and outdoors. I spend alot of time in the summer months on the water. I know that the very worst thing I could do to my skin is BURN it. Because I smart about the incriments I expose my skin to UV indoors, I achieve a base tan without burning in or outdoors. I have not had a mild, moderate, or severe sunburn since I was a child. I recognize that I am going to be exposed, all summer, to intense UV. i use sunscreen ontop of my basetan when I am outdoors. The UV in the tanning bed is not deceiving. it is the same at all hours of the day, cloudy overcast days.. it remains consistant and I can control my exposure. I do use sunscreen outdoors and I use sunscreen indoors when I first begin my tanning program in the spring. I use tanning lotions that have the best skincare ingredents.
Everyone is aware of the risk of UV exposure. If i know I am going to be exposed, I think it is the logical choice to minimize the risk by tanning smart, not damaging my skin by burning it.

I tan well and i tan easily. I am 1/4 Cherokee Indian. My skin is not a dried up leather bag. I am 37 years old and i do not look my age.

Do I enjoy the minutes in the tanning bed, yes i do. Quiet time is a perk. Does it boost my mood? Yes.

Everyone that is sooooo against indoor tanning that they feel the need to call out by name those of us who have a more wide range view of the subject should follow what they believe to be right for them and not tan. I won't throw stones at you for your choice not to do so.

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Brittany, that article is a single scientist who disagrees, and has analysed epidiomelogical data. Epidiomelogical data is not scientific proof of anything, simply a correlation. Further studies would need to be done to provide any proof of his theory. Also, that article was written in 2005. Scientific studies SINCE then have refuted this information. So if you want to hang on to a single COMMENTARY piece (as opposed to research paper) from 2005, you go ahead. Just be aware it is the ONLY article that the tanning industry uses to prove a point that they are safe......because it is the only thing that remotely backs their cause.

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What is ironic is that white girls want to be dark and Asian and African shops are filled with products to make the skin whiter because the whiter you are the more beautiful you are in that culture.

Why not love the skin colour you've got, tanning it doesn't make you healthier or more beautiful - it's a cosmetic/mental thing, Getting back in shape however is admirable and so long as you are up to it any time and anything you can do is going to help.

I really would like to know why you would want a tan? Do you feel you look healthier that way, does it make you feel better about yourself, is it nice just to lie down for a while?

Since I think it is generally accepted that tanning in any form is actually your skin trying to protect itself from damaging rays and in any form adds to the aging of the skin, the formation of sun spots, wrinkles and greatly raises the risk of cancer then perhaps you could find something else that would give you the same feeling that a tan does with out the risk.

Ethylene - posted on 05/15/2010

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Tanning....NO...NEVER. Exercise....I'd say nothing wrong with walking and it's the best exercise ever. I'd say no heavy lifting, or vigorous workouts for 6 weeks. Just a grandma's advice.

Common sense is best.

Brittany - posted on 05/15/2010

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I would talk to my doctor. You're going under fire here because tanning beds are one of those things that people LOVE to put in their 2 cents about. (I don't tan and never will because I think it's quite gross. However, who am I to tell you you can't?)

Kristy - posted on 05/15/2010

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everyone missed the whole question. it wasn't should I tan? She didn't ask for the medical breakdown in safety. She asked how soon after delivery she could tan. geez.

Nichole - posted on 05/15/2010

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I sell tan towels in my store...they work great, no need to lay in a bed ever again and risk getting cancer. And they work fast...4 hours to start seeing color, 24 to get the full effect. Lasts 4 to 7 days. You wipe them on and they dry right away. Stain and dye free. I put on at 11pm, put my jammies on and go right to bed...wake up with a tan!!!

Shondell - posted on 05/15/2010

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Find a wonderful beautician to give you a healthy glow from a spray tanning, depending on what your natural skin colour is Dont go to dark and a good exfoliate the night before concertrate even more so on your elbows and knees ended with a good splash of moisturiser, on your day of spray tanning dont wear any deodurant or creams which will leave streaky marks from your spray tan, if your still not sure try it out a couple of times before the big day ...
Stay healthy :-)

Autumn - posted on 05/15/2010

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As a sun loving desert girl myself, I totally understand the tan thing but as others have said 'Just say no to tanning beds'. Try a tan in a bottle, I like Neutragena Instant tan foam, they always stock it at Costco for a good price, just don't get wet -it runs, but after a couple hours you can wash the instant 'ness off and you'll still have the tan. I also got back to walking right away, just listen to your body and nothing to ambitious in the 1st 6weeks. (remember too, active lifestyle = your body will get back in order on its own so don't sweat it, enjoy your newborn)

Cheryl - posted on 05/15/2010

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I don't use them anymore... they are so bad for your skin -- they make you look older, and put you at high risk for melanoma. I was diagnosed with my first melanoma at 28, and found another one a year later. Can also damage your eyes... you should go with a spray tan if you have the need to be tan, or even the lotions work really well now.... they are just as good and much safer.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 05/15/2010

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Do moderate excersizes to help stave off the baby blues, but don't go overboard, get some info from your OBGYN about getting back into shape safely

Sandra - posted on 05/15/2010

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Buy yourself a good quality false tan or get a spray. Tanning beds controversial to say the least. On the getting fit front. Be sensible...you have shared your body with someone else for 10 mths and they have taken from you your protien and other resources. Give your self time to heal and rebuild...My osteo recommends 12 mths! going for a good walk and the pelvic floor excer's along with being a mum of two will sort your body out soon enough. Give yourself a break! Sorry to be so blunt :)

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Ashley,
Your doctor should advise you about the wait time to get back to exercise, but as a Jazzercise instructor, I think you could ease back in to some walking and lite aerobic and strength training now. Your body will tell you.
As far as the tanning bed: DON"T DO IT!
It will increase your chances of melanoma by a large percentage! Please do not get in that tanning bed. I know brown is prettier than white. But the skin cancer is dangerous and the tanning beds increase your risk of getting it substantially.

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