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3/26/14 2:56 P

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I second the previous poster's advice. Keep running, listen to your body, slow down or stop when you need to. I'm not a runner, but this is how I handled exercise during my last pregnancy and it worked well.

I can and I will - watch me!


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11/27/13 6:48 A

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I think you should be able to continue running as long as you listen to your body and rest when you need to, etc. Of course, its always good to check with your doctor which you can easily do when you get your positive. In most things that I have read about exercise and pregnancy, what ever routine you have been doing before you get your positive is generally ok to continue. Unless its something really grueling or intense of course. Some runners have to quit near the end of pregnancy, but they continue walking instead if they can. Good luck! emoticon

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Good morning!!!

My husband and I are TTC (no luck yet, stupid PCOS) and to help with weight loss I've taken up running. I don't want to completely drop it if/when I become pregnant. Some of my pregnant friends' doctors said it's okay to keep up as long as it's comfortable and not to push too hard, while others have said completely abandon it once a test comes back positive. Obviously it depends on the person, but what do you guys think? I don't run long distances, but I don't think it would be wrong to run a little.

Have a great day!

Army Wife, Crazy Cat Lady, PCOS Fighter.


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