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    Would you move furniture/re arranage the lounge and bed rooms 4 months pregnant?

    Obviously only to your ability, nothing too crazy heavy.

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    Yep, as long as I didn't feel that I was overdoing it or putting my body under too much stress.

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    I moved house and built cots and flat pack furniture at 25wks pregnant with twins

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    yeah I was moving/assembling furniture right up to the end. just don't do anymore than you feel your body can handle, let it guide you. def no heavy lifting or any crazy maneuvers. your ligaments start to loosen up in pregnancy and so it's much easier to put something out of whack. just go slow and take it easy

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    Yep have done so moved house at 6 months pregnant then interstate when she was 4 weeks old. Will also be moving interstate again with bellybub when I'm about 38 weeks. Just didn't overdo it and took lots of breaks. I think rearranging rooms is totally fine as long as you are fit and able.

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