Thank you so much, Dr. Walmer! This advice is very helpful and reassuring. I'm going to be looking into yoga and swimming - I think those would be great exercises for me. And I'll try to keep up my fresh, healthy diet, too!View Thread
My DH and I've been TTC for 4.5 years with PCOS and recurrent miscarriage (3 losses). I've always been active, but now I'm afraid to exercise (especially after ovulation), because I don't want to "shake things up." I know that conventional wisdom says that exercise can't cause a miscarriage, but I'd really like to know if there are some gentle, safe exercises that I can do throughout my cycle without worrying that it's preventing a fertilized egg from implanting. Any advice?View Thread
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