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A woman has revealed her pain after she was “completely wrong” if she was pregnant on Instagram.
Katie Lolas, 32, was left fuming and in response to the “rude” social media is the user that her “baby bump” is actually a perfectly healthy stomach.”
For the teacher, and a social media star, darling harbour, Sydney in Australia, who is a regular to its lcd display, 160k followers updated with her fitness and meal prep routine to share a series of photos of her wearing a crop top and leggings that showed of her belly and saw it from different angles.
The subtitle of the post, she wrote: “just Ask a woman if she’s pregnant, isn’t it? I know most people mean well, but this is totally uncalled for. Point out what you would like to see a “baby bump,” which is not cool. It’s actually quite rude to him.”
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Katie, who suffers from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) – as follows: “This is my body.” It will look different, depending on what I’m wearing. The angle a picture is taken.
“I’ve got potholes, bumps and everything in-between.”
They are found in the caption by saying, “FYI, I’m not pregnant. It’s a perfectly healthy stomach will look like. I’ll let you know, in my own time, and when it happens in front of us.”
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Her post resonated with social media users and received more than 8,000 likes and over 600 comments.
One person wrote, “I was just a stranger in a store and ask me that two days ago.
“I was seriously told her,” I’m bloated and I feel like c—, so thank you very much for that, ” and I ran away.”
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Another commented: “I was asked if I was pregnant, she had to know, and I just had a miscarriage with my second baby.