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 Post subject: COULD IT HAPPEN
PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 10:30 pm 
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HI
I WANTED TO NO........ I NO THAT WHEN YOUR PREG. YOU CANT CARRY HAVEY SYUFF WELL WHEN DOSE THAT COME INTO PLACE. HOW FAR ALONG DO YOU HAVE TO BE.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 11:26 pm 
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In the beginning I believe it's no more then 50 pounds. The farther you are along I think the less you should pick up. I think at the end they say no more then 20 pounds. But I can be wrong.


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 Post subject: lifting
PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 11:41 pm 
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There was an article about this at babycenter.com today. Might want to check it out.

Marsha


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I asked my doctor about this as soon as I became pg because everyone kept telling me not to lift anything. I am now 27 weeks pg and my doctor has not given me any restrictions. The only thing he told me was that if I am causing myself physical pain by lifting, then obviously I shouldn't be lifting it. Other than that I can do what I want. I was even moving furniture in the beginning of my second trimester and I was fine. However, I have done strength training for a number of years now so I am used to lifting weights and that may contribute to my ability to do that sort of thing. But I still think his advice on not lifting things that cause pain is a good tip.


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