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10/18/10 8:04 A

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I agree, walking or aquatics would be the safest. Check out some of the exercises here are spark. There are some designed to do at an office desk. They might be suitable.

I wouldn't start a work out program until consulting a Dr.

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10/17/10 8:33 P

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Aren't teenage daughters fun? I have three daughters: 20, 17, and 14...

Walking is always a safe alternative for exercise. Many gyms also offer aquatic based classes that are ideal for anyone with health issues.

Ask your doctor, too; he/she should have some ideas.

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10/17/10 8:21 P

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Hi I am a mother of two teenage daughters, one a freshman in college and the other a junior in high school. I am 45 years old and have had some major changes in my life over the past 8 years. I have had a total of 14 surgeries and a blood diease that is hereditery. I will be on medication for the rest of my life. I am over weight and extremely unhappy with it. I would love to know if anyone can give me some advice on what are some really good excercises for people who have had more than one hernia surgery.

Thank you,

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