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1/8/12 10:36 A

I'd start with my doctor & then perhaps book a session with a trainer who is familiar with your issue. Maybe the doc even knows where to start?

Pilates can be very gentle and very effective but isn't for wimps either!

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (78,102)
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1/8/12 9:28 A

Prolapse of what? Mitral valve? Uterus? In either case you need to ask your doctor.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 56,689
1/8/12 7:18 A

This would be a question you'd want to ask your doctor.

Hope that helps,

Coach Jen

GETMOTIVATEDNOW Posts: 13
1/8/12 6:13 A

Please, I need some objective advice; can one do pilates if one has prolapse? If yes, is it ok even to do curl ups, it feels dodgy but maybe that's just fear. Thanks for any help.

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