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new mommy help advise

I am 4 weeks pregnant; which is the best to sit; with legs proped or on side; I have cramps n back ache; I'm nervous; is it ok to walk on treadmill;  dr said not to run or do crunches anymore; any advise
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Cramps are normal as is back ache in early pregnancy. You can sit however you want and pretty much sleep whichever way as well. Because baby is so small it isn't going to hurt it. So what makes you feel comfortable. Yes you can still walk on a treadmill and until you are way further along you can still run. Lots of women exercise during pregnancy.
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Thanks for your advise; this dr dosent want me to run; guess he's being extra cautious; I was on fertility pills to concieve (conceive)
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