Stretch marks while losing weight, and the aftermath
I'm in my late-teens, and have been heavy literally all my life. Sitting at about 30-35 pounds over my goal weight, i'm at least proud of the 15 I've so far lost.
My arms have shrunk, and begun to tone, and my face is notably thinner and far more defined. But, I'm struggling to drop weight off my stomach and thighs. Instead, i'm just seeing a battery of stretch marks on my inner thighs, beneath my stomach and on the tops of my breasts.
I'm naturally curvy and have large breasts, however I have never seen this happen before; The lines seem to come and go. Being totally gone one week, and back to their blue, angry selves the next. I'm currently using avocado oil as a 'remedy', and it does seem to help some.
I should also note that I have some tiny white 'spider web' stretch marks on my hips from a weight spike many years ago, which are 'flat' and 'smooth' but still visible on my ghost-white skin.
To anyone who this sounds familiar to: Is it normal to suddenly begin having stretch marks as you lose weight? Is it possibly hormonal and, importantly, at my age should I be concerned about this possibly being something that will need legitimate treatment in the future?
Also, is it normal for stretch marks to disappear and reappear repeatedly, despite weight loss being slow and not yo-yoing?