I'm 41 years old and have been physically active for quite some time. I mainly run. I found out I was pregenant at 4 weeks so I actually ran through the first month and didn't know it. Once it was confirmed that I was pregnant, I miscarried 6 months ago. I was told to stop working out all together for the first trimester. My question is, when I start working out again come the second trimester, will it affect me that I took off for 2 months. I know they say, if your were one that exercised before pregnancy it's ok to continue but how will it be now that I stopped.
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Is it better to do a single long workout or two shorter ones. Or does it really not matter as long as you are getting some exercise?
I have been doing Muay Thai for two years and am planning to become pregnant soon. Is it safe for me to continue training?
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I have one beautiful little girl. Before her I had a miscarriage and then after her I had two more. Now I'm pregnant again, but scared I'm to blame for the other three. I exercised a lot with all three. My doctor said miscarriages are not caused by working out. I still felt scared so got a second opinion.
My name is Iris and I am from Germany so I would like to apologize for my English not being flawless. I am 31 years old. I already have a 14-month-old child and I am used to strenuous exercise.
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