W scar tummy tuck

I’m doing my researches now. For my tummy tuck next year in August. I’m currently pregnant with my 3rd and last baby due the beginning of February. And was wondering. How do you avoid the W scar? Is it how you heal or does it have to do alot with the doctor? I have no muscle separation or anything. Just a big loose flap of skin after my kids are born. And I’m excited to have it removed next year. I’ve had my previous two children c-sections so I’m not worried about a scar. But I don’t want it to look like the W


  1. Julie says:

    Has a lot to do with the Dr and what shape incision he makes, make sure you tell him how you’re hoping your scar will be and have him show you some of his work! Also depends on how much skin you have yo remove…

  2. Arlene says:

    It will eventually fade to an almost invisible white line.

  3. victoria says:

    I was told my ps that it can also occur if you try to stretch standing upright too fast, but idk my tummy tuck is on oct 23rd and I will be expressing again I do NOT want that look! Lol

  4. Lng says:

    How do u know u have no muscle separation

  5. Lng says:

    I actually didn’t have kids so I know I don’t lol but she still pulled me a little tight being that most fat ppl like to eat till full lol

  6. Lng says:

    I’m one month out and omg am I still tight I can’t even bend backwoods with out feeling

  7. Amber says:

    If you had kids, you’ll have some muscle separation. It’s natural… But MR is free with a tt, I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t want their abs pulled nice and tight. Mine are stronger now than before. The incision line is however a doctor makes it. Some surgeons are artists and can do amazing stitches that make your line nice and small. Find a doc that is very very good at exactly what you want done! Do not settle or you probably won’t be happy.

  8. Lng says:

    Research research research until U don’t even want to look anymore then look some more.