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Stretching exercises may be more effective at reducing the risk of preeclampsia than walking is for pregnant women who have already experienced the condition and who do not follow a workout routine.
Researchers have recently discovered the health benefits of an exercise womb. That's right, we said "womb" not "room." According to a new study, maternal exercise during pregnancy has cardiovascular benefits for the developing fetus.
Pregnant women don't have to avoid exercise just because it's hot outside.
Pregnant women may not hear about perineal massage from their obstetrician, but midwives have recommended the practice for years.
The hesitance of obstetricians to recommend exercise to pregnant women is rooted in old fashioned notions of pregnancy as a time of confinement.
Discovering the secrets of exercising and eating for pregnancy you can lose all of your pregnancy weight claiming to be in better shape than before pregnancy.
Kegel exercises are highly recommended during the postpartum period of pregnancy. By strengthening these muscles during pregnancy, you can develop the ability to relax and control the muscles in preparation for labor and birth.
A regular exercise routine throughout your pregnancy can help you stay healthy and feeling your best. Regular exercise during pregnancy can improve your posture and decrease some common discomforts.