JWoww Baby Weight: 'Jersey Shore' Star Debuts Weight Loss Weeks After Daughter's Birth

11:26 AM EDT 8/20/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Jenni "JWoww" Farley has managed to drop all of her baby weight in just two-and-a-half weeks.

After welcoming daughter Meilani Alexandra in July, Farley quickly bounced back to her normal size, and in a new interview, the former Jersey Shore star opened up about her 30-pound weight loss.

"A lot of my girlfriends hate me!" Farley told E! News during an Aug. 19 visit to New York City's Piccolini. "Two-and-a-half weeks after I had her, I was down to my previous weight."

Farley welcomed her first child, Meilani, with Roger Mathews on July 13, 2014, after months of ups and downs. After a miscarriage scare in Jan. 2014, Farley discovered her unborn baby had a small cyst growing on her brain. Luckily, weeks later, the cyst disappeared and Farley's sanity was restored. Farley also experienced intense morning sickness, which resulted in her losing nearly 10 pounds early on in her pregnancy.

Jenni "JWoww" Farley Gives Birth To A Baby Girl

Although Farley is down 30 pounds since Meilani's birth, she isn't completely happy with her post-baby physique -- mainly because of her lack of muscle tone.

"I'm jiggly in places that should not jiggle. So I lost probably a lot of muscle and replaced it with just, it looks like the wave," she explained. "When I stop, it keeps moving!"

Jenni "JWoww" Farley Claims Birth Was "Awful"

Earlier this week, Farley spoke to HuffPost Live, revealing the birth of her daughter came between epidurals and was "god awful." She also announced plans to abstain from sex for at least "a year or two."

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