27 Aug '12, 7am

Exercise is great for you during pregnancy says new study. But we would still caution to check with your doctor first

By Meghan G. Loftus Good news if you're expecting: A new study has found moderate- and high-intensity exercise to be safe for women in their third trimester who were active before they got pregnant. The study, which was published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology , observed 45 women--30 who were active before their pregnancy--as they walked or ran on a treadmill. Here's what happened, according to a report from HealthDay News : The 30 [previously active women] did either 20 minutes of moderate exercise, such as walking, three or more days a week, or 20 minutes of vigorous exercise, such as running, more than four days a week. The regular exercisers were assigned an additional 30-minute session of high intensity (60 percent to 84 percent of maximum heart rate) exercise on a treadmill. Before and after each exercise session, [study co-author Dr. Linda] Szymanski measure...

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