Wow......you done gone and opened up the flood gates!
I went to an endocrinologist (what is it with them!?!?) for a gland problem I have about 5 months after I had my son....
She walks in (first time I've ever met her!) and starts poking on my belly....lifts my shirt a little and pulls down my pants a little to do the whole "Does it hurt when I push here? How about here? And here?"....she pauses, looks at my chart and (while my belly is still out) says:
"Wow. You're going to have to lose some weight! You're starting to look like a little pregnant elephant!"
At which point, she leans over, and rubs/jiggles my stomach!?!??!
You don't do this! In my own defense (which unfortunately I feel obligated to provide), I was 5'5" and about 150--which is NOT overweight to the point where she should have been concerned about my health, plus I was still shedding baby weight! AND I've been told by a few doctors that because my tummy was so stretched (9lb, 22in baby--one of the stretch marks even got so deep that it bled and scabbed), I'll always have that jiggle. In fact, it'd be WORSE if I lost weight, because there'd be more extra skin!
Okay, well, to the OP--please please please write a letter to this jerk! I obvioulsly found a new endocrinologist, but wish to this day (over 5 years later) that I would have told that b*tch off! She had no right saying something like that to someone. I don't care if I was 400 pounds, or in the OP's case if you had 10 kids!!!