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8 Questions About Exercise Every Pregnant Woman Should Ask

By Casi Densmore-Koon |

You’re pregnant! Yay! It’s a huge responsibility and you may have endless questions, especially when it comes to topics like exercise. While some may be afraid to try exercising, it’s best to talk to your doctor before you jump into things and to make sure you get the information you need even if you are an avid athlete. Exercise is not only great for you, but it benefits your unborn and keeps you feeling great!

Whether it’s your first pregnancy or fourth, here are seven questions I suggest asking your doctor when it comes to exercise. It’s always good to cover all your bases!

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8 Questions About Prenatal Exercise You Should Ask Your Doctor

Is it safe for me to exercise?

While every pregnancy is different, there could be some underlying causes where you shouldn't exercise. However, the American Pregnancy Association has some top recommended exercises you should check out.
Get info on American Pregnancy Association
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No matter how you feel, I would always talk to your doctor and listen to your body once you begin any workout – never push yourself and remember, drink lots of fluids!

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Casi Densmore-Koon

Casi Densmore-Koon is the founder and editor of cupcakeMAG, and cupcakeMAG Littles, ringleader of her five kids under ten, and her darling hubs. When she isn’t writing, interviewing celebs, and styling clients, you can find her reading the “weeklies,” wishing she had a nanny, and chasing after her little ones! Read bio and latest posts → Read Casi's latest posts →

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