I started crossfitting almost three months ago and I'm hooked. I lost 16 lbs so far and feel great. Now that I'm pregnant I'm getting a lot of slack from hubby and sister (she also crossfits). They think I need to stop
Doctor gave thumbs up as long as my body was already used to that level of intensity. My coach is also aware of the pregnancy and has agreed work with me.
Anyone else crossfitting while pregnant? I just want to share some experiences and tips.View Thread
Me (31) DH (31) DD (3), Baby number 2 EDD 02/13/13
Those numbers sound awesome. According to my LMP I should be 5 weeks but my blood test Monday showed 66 and Weds I was at 102. I think I ovulated late. Doctor said as long as the numbers are rising he's happy.
I'm on pins and needles. I go back Monday for one more blood draw. It's supposed to be tomorrow but we're going out of town tonight. After our MC last year, I just want to know everything is OK. I feel fine for now and tryingn to stay positive.
Hi ladies my name is Michelle and I'm back for baby number 2. We've Been TTC 16 months and had one miscarriage a year ago. I was scheduled to start my first IUI this week so I am thrilled to call and cancel my appt. I'm nervous and scared. Praying tho little one sticks.
Funny thing is my daughter was telling everyone at school last week I had a baby in my belly. Looks lie she knew before all of us
Looking forward to spending the next 9 months with you guys.View Thread
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