If you watch Teen Mom 2 online, then by now you're probably already aware that Kailyn Lowry is pregnant.
Of course, her third pregnancy has been featured on the show yet, but fans have turned it into their own social media soap opera that now overshadows the events of last season.
Most of the online scrutiny has to do with the identity of Kailyn's baby daddy.
Fan theories range from the plausible (It's probably Chris Lopez.) to the sublimely ridiculous. (There's a rumor that Kailyn is pregnant by rapper Peter Gunz.)
But today there's a new Kailyn rumor making the rounds, and for once, it has nothing to do with the question of who knocked her up.
According to Radar Online, Lowry already has a plastic surgery session scheduled for after she gives birth.
News of the appointment comes from Dr. Michael Salzhauer, aka Dr. Miami, the same surgeon who performed Kailyn's Brazilian butt lift back in January of 2016.
“Kailyn is scheduling to have plastic surgery with me after she has this baby,” Salzhauer tells Radar.
Citing doctor-patient confidentiality (which he already kinda blew by talking about the appointment at all), Salzhauer refused to go into specifics with regard to what procedures Kailyn is planning to undergo.
But tellingly, he did spend a lot of time talking about the relationship between
“There is a myth that you can only have a tummy tuck once you are done having kids,” he spilled.
"But it’s not really true. You can have a tummy tuck after your first kid and if you get pregnant you can have another one. The body is amazingly elastic.”
So there you have it.
We think it's safe to say Kailyn will be undergoing a tummy tuck following her third pregnancy.
Obviously, she's not alone, as the majority of the stars of the Teen Mom franchise have had some sort of work done over the years.
Try watching old seasons of the shows and doing a shot every time you notice a major and unnatural change in one of the girls' appearance.
Actually, don't do that.
You'll die of alcohol poisoning before you even make it to TM2, and we don't need that on our conscience.