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    Default Thank you. Running is working for me, too.

    Thanks for the inspiration. I'm 18 weeks and have been running 3-5km x 5 days a week, and feeling great. A friend just warned me about the possibility of having a prolapse, however I feel, as has been said above, that the best source of information is listening to my own body!

    Also, it doesn't hurt reading about everyone else's positive experiences Thank you.

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    Default Running while pregnant??

    At 11 weeks I was strongly advised by OB and physio to quit the running as it would put too much strain on my pelvic floor...

    Not sure how much truth there is in that but chose to stop running and start walking instead. I'm so scared of incontinence and the like :-/

    Can't wait to get back into it though!

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    Default Running while pregnant??

    I'm 32 weeks and have just stopped running 3-5km x3 times a week now. As the weeks progressed i introduced minutes of walking and my speed decreased a lot. Ob was very supportive as long as I wasn't experiencing pain etc. Pelvis started to ache this week when I ran and felt heavier so I'm done. Walking and swimming for me now. All the best. I feel amazing for staying fit.


 

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