This may be a really stupid question but! - is it okay for me to shovel, I'm 13W3D and it's not a LOT of snow, maybe 2-3 inches..and it's like..light snow, if that makes sense, it's not packy. Thanks in advance!
I would think that the exercise would be good for you, assuming you are in good health with no complications. Just take it easy and don't overdo it if you feel yourself getting tired, but please keep in mind that I am no doctor and if you have concerns you should definitely talk to your doctor first.
I don't have to tell you to be careful! Remember that when you're pregnant you should not do heavy lifting. This strains your uterus and the ligaments supporting the uterus. I believe you're not supposed to lift over 15-20 lbs. Listen to your body and stop when you need to.
my dr said there are no restrictions on what i can lift.
lift with your legs, not your back or stomach muscles. stop if you feel any straining or exhaustion.
i also feel better with a little light exercise in the cold air.
well i still shovel snow and helping around on the family farm with what i can do and i am 33 wks today . My doc tells me not to overdue it and to listen to when my body says i have had enough. As long as u are careful and dont over do it u should be fine. i worked on t he farm shoveling and such up until i week before i had each of my kids .
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