am 16 years old , i have been playing soccer for a long time ! but i am 5/6 weeks pregnant, & when i found out i planned on quitting soccer , but i ended up going to one practice thinking i would be fine as long as we didnt play with the ball or do anything physcial . so i went to practice and we ran ALOT and just alot of excersices for oour legs i jumped around some not alot but i did and like i said we did alot of running, i was looking online to see if i could have a miscarriage just by going to practice one time but im still confused and im wondering if you guys could give me some advice .. i have checked my underwear and paper when i wiped i dont have ANY bleeding , i have like cramps but only once in a while and my mom says thats normal for early pregnancy , so what do you guys think am i okay ?View Thread
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