Linea Negra, the darkened line of pregnancy
More than one user of the WP has developed pregnancy characteristics such as this. The image above is of a woman who is recovering from the Wiley Protocol. She is fair with blonde hair and blue eyes.
This member of Rhythmic Living was told by TS Wiley, to “stick to the protocol”. TS Wiley said she was “worried about cancer” if this woman “didn’t do enough progesterone”.
The following is quoted from www.answers.com (click to see the answers.com image of linea negra on a pregnant woman)
Linea Nigra from pubis to navel.
Linea nigra (Latin for “black line”) is a skin pigment condition during pregnancy where a brownish streak less than a centimeter in width develops. The line runs vertically along the midline of the abdomen from the pubis to the xiphoid process – the bottom-most part of the rib cage in the center or tip of the sternum.
It is caused by pregnancy hormones that increase production of the pigment melanin. This is also known as hyperpigmentation. Fair skinned women show this symptom less often than women with darker pigmentation.
Linea nigra tends to appear around the second trimester and completely disappears within a few months after birth.