Wearing body parts have come a long way. From days where cotton / cloths are used to fill a certain part of the body, to days where body parts can be molded to fit exactly the shape of the body. Thanks to advanced technology and 3D printing, materials such as silicone can be shaped into any length or width or thickness.
As a result, body part such as hips, calf, bottoms and abdomen can be shaped with ease and are readily available on the market for anyone who wishes to acquire them. Even bellies designed to look as if one was pregnant, when in fact, there is no pregnancy, can be shaped with ease.
Fake pregnancy belly body parts are usually used extensively for stage and screen performance, advertising and retail and, in many cases like maternity wear, medical training or for surrogacy.
These fake "baby bumps" when worn, like any other fake body parts, looks real just like other pregnant persons will, and to make matters interesting, they are sold on the market just like the fake hip and the bottoms.
From the search we did on some trading sites and the local market, the prices of these fake baby bumps ranges from as low as Ghc120.00 to as high as Ghc720.00, depending on the quality of material, size and skin type of the fake belly.
In light of how cheap and common the "baby bump" is on the market, only a medical examination or pregnancy test could truly prove if a person is pregnant or not, and not just how a person appears from a distance.
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