Low-intensity exercise while pregnant doesn't affect birth

01/5/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Regular low-intensity resistance exercises didn't affect delivery in healthy, previously sedentary pregnant women, according to a study from Spain. The exercise didn't affect the type of delivery, mean dilation, expulsion or childbirth time, and also didn't appear to affect the newborn's overall health status.

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