. Anemia during pregnancy might lead to the feel of vomiting and nausea that is more often and sometimes throughout the day. If it gets severe, vomiting could be more often and may lead to dehydration.
Been advised to not run for 1st 12 weeks of pregnancy by doctor due to previous miscarriage. I am gutted as was on for winning a team prize in local Champagne league!! Any ideas on how to reintroduce myself to running after 12 wks as I will have
's easy to check whether you're ovulating - if you type the words "ovulation chart" into google it should bring up any number of pregnancy and fertility sites which explain this. Or alternatively you could discuss it with your GP and ask him to check your
Does anyone know how early you can do a pregnancy test ?How well have other folk managed to run through their pregnancies? I currently run between 30 and 50 mins 3 to 4 times a week (P.S. not pregnant yet, but hoping).How far into their pregnancies
. Are there any recommendations about what you can and cannot do throughout the 3 trimesters? I assume running is ok in the first 3 months but I'm only guessing. What have you other female runners done in pregnancy?
typical facial appearance) called "fetal alcohol syndrome". Nobody knows what the threshold for safe alcohol consumption in pregnancy is, and current best advice is to avoid it completely. well I don't have that syndrome I've been told that you should
performance clothes!! I will not wear cotton joggers!! ClareCongratulations!There's a pregnant runners thread on health and injury which people are posting to.I'll boing it for you!Come and join us there. I've found some pregnancy training kit
the Marathon? The doctor during the week was totally against it even though I am in excellent fitness having been training well and am also a Fitness Instructor too. She said as it is so early - 1st trimester - and 1st pregnancy - I shouldn't do it as it is a
for 10 weeks. I feel ready to start running again now though, and cant bear the thought of not running for another 8 months. I had gestational diabetes in my last pregnancy and feel running would be helpful for me. Is it ok for me to start running again
. After reading Paula Radcliffes account about training in pregnancy I wondered whether you could direct me to some serious articles re training and if at all possible a training plan of some kind. I know, I know you have to listen to your body- Im
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