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    I was back running pain free 12 weeks later. It isn't worth the risk of hernia etc to start too early, there is a lot of muscle in that area. I too was very fit and running until I had bub but I believe in giving the body time to heal properly with moderate exercise. Take it easy until your body tells you it's fine to run again.

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    yeah I think I will defiantly wait till 12 weeks going to see the Physio this week so hopefully they can help to worse back pain now than when I was pregnant!


 

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