Read here more about what is safe and what is not in pregnancy and while trying to conceive. Which activities and sports, which foods, which exposures can
potentially harm your developing baby?
Exercise is a crucial part of a healthy pregnancy. Being in shape
improves overall health and helps ease fatigue during labor and
delivery. Sports may have been an important part of your life prior to
pregnancy, but not all sports are safe for pregnant women.
Young boys think a friend doubled-over in pain is funny, but things aren’t so funny 10 years down the road when a couple is having trouble conceiving and they have no idea what’s going wrong.
The key to maintaining your exercise routine during your pregnancy is to understand the limits of the pregnant body and the safety concerns that come along with carrying a child.
Sit-ups and crunches are usually safe early in pregnancy but later on you should not stay too long on your back.
It is usually safe to go bowling during pregnancy, but you need to take certain precautions to prevent injury.
Conflicting reports about playing games such as tennis can be confusing, but here are some guidelines that will help you to decide if playing tennis during your pregnancy is safe for you and your baby.
Working out in a structured exercise program is beneficial to you whether you be expecting or not, and unless there are certain complications in pregnancy and her physician has immediate concerns, a pregnant woman can exercise assuming prudent care is employed.
Kickboxing is a contact sport combining martial arts kicks with boxing moves and may be dangerous for pregnant women.