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Exercises for expecting women

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Milder forms of yoga are considered good exercise for women who are expecting a baby.

Women commonly gain weight during pregnancy. Though such weight gain is expected and perfectly natural, some women still want to maintain a healthy weight and hope to avoid gaining a few too many pounds while they’re pregnant.

Exercise can be a great way for women to fight off those extra pregnancy pounds, but a woman should discuss any exercise regimen with her physician before beginning.

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