Irma lives in Jakarta, Indonesia, and says women in her country have a solution to getting their shape back after giving birth. She says women will wrap fabric called a stagen, which is 65 feet long, around the body to bind the women's belly.
"It is a bit painful, but I think what it does is to give the pressure to our womb to get back into the normal size," Irma says.
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