Kegel exercises strengthen all the muscles supporting your uro-genital tract. Nature intends the pelvic floor muscles to relax somewhat during pregnancy to prepare for delivery of the baby. But if ...
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A Kegel exercise, named after Dr. Arnold Kegel, consists of contracting and relaxing the muscles which form part of the pelvic floor (sometimes called the "Kegel muscles").
Upside: Excellent user-compiled detail on benefits of Kegel exercises. Basic information on how to perform
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Kegel Exercises – Information about Kegel Exercises Answers to commonly asked questions about Kegel exercises, including what are Kegel exercises, why do Kegel exercises, and instructions on how to ...
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Before you begin exercising, remember that it is important to talk to your health care provider. If you are already exercising, you may be able to keep up with your routine and adapt it as you grow. ...
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Ready to make your pregnancy a fit pregnancy? Here you'll find workouts geared toward each stage of your pregnancy, plus postnatal pound-blasting exercises to help get your body back after delivery. ...
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When to start Pelvic floor strengthener (Kegels) Push-ups Head and shoulder raises Pelvic tilt When to start Many obstetricians and midwives suggest waiting until your six-week postpartum checkup ...
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Getting regular exercise during your pregnancy will help you stay healthy, keep your weight gain in a safe range, lose weight faster after pregnancy, improve your mood, reduce your stress, and help ...
Upside: Very good overview on exercise during pregnancy with specific exercises for different part of your body
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Congratulations on your pregnancy and welcome to all the joys that accompany the next nine months: hearing baby's heartbeat for the first time, seeing your little one on the ultrasound screen, and ...
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Kegels Pelvic tilt or angry cat Squat Tailor or Cobbler Pose No one — not your doctor, midwife, or even your mother — can reliably predict how your labor will progress. Fortunately, there are a few ...
Upside: Short article with descriptions of four exercises to help with aches and pains during pregnancy
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