Will it harm my baby?

Grace - posted on 10/19/2012 ( 9 moms have responded )

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Okay, I'm almost 6 weeks pregnant. I had a miscarriage about 2 months ago . & i'm just wondering . . . I take PE2 & we do ALOT of running. We add a lap at the track every week . & now, we're on 11 laps. Is it safe for me to be jogging that much ? & how many laps should i do nonstop ?

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Heather - posted on 10/22/2012

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Okay since your 16 I would would talk to your doctor as soon as you can. Teens who are pregnant can have more problems with the pregnancy. And its more important to make sure you take care of yourself and your baby. I would also talk to your mom, you will need your family for support, and your school about what limits you are going to have. If you need someone to talk to feel free to send me a PM.

Heather - posted on 10/22/2012

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I would not be running that much if I were you. IF you want to continue to run I would suggest cutting back on the number of laps. IF you still have to do the same amount of laps I would just walk them. Talk to your Doctor about your concerns.



How old are you? I'm only asking since PE2 is a High School course here in Florida.



Good Luck

Ana - posted on 10/20/2012

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What is PE2?



But I would not run so much if I were you. But check with your Dr. I ran in very hot florida weather when I was pregnant (about a few weeks) and had a miscarriage. It was really hot even though it was 5am.



Every woman is different, but check with your Dr.

Ashley - posted on 10/19/2012

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Typically with pregnancy, doctors recommend and tell you that you can continue any activity you were already doing, but adding any additional physical activity is not usually recommended. If you run every day and have been for a while, its usually not a problem. But if this is a new activity that you weren't doing before I would recommend not doing it. Talk with your doctor, have them send in a note with limitations on how much you can do. Good luck.

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Heather - posted on 10/25/2012

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It depends on the symptoms, some it could mean just that, and with your previous miscarriage I would go see your doctor.

Ashley - posted on 10/24/2012

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It depends on how far along you are as to whether or not certain symptoms going away are a concern. If you start bleeding and cramping, then those are definite signs of a miscarriage. As far as the symptoms going away, they usually come in sets and for certain timeframes although everyone is different. Morning sickness typically lasts only during the first trimester, along with breast tenderness, etc. There are some great sites and apps you can use that will give you this information. My favorite is Baby Gaga on Facebook and this website sends you one too if you sign up for it to. Good luck...

Grace - posted on 10/24/2012

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Okay, thanks for the advice & help . I appreciate it . Btw, if my pregnancy symptoms disappear all of a sudden, does that mean i could be having a miscarriage ?

Sandra - posted on 10/19/2012

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Maybe you should tell them ur pregnant and they might have you walk and not run

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