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Question: Hi doctor.. Pls tell me how many months rest I would need after c section and when I clln start exercising?

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Answer: Hello dear. It better not to exercise for 6 months, it would take some time for the cervix to close completely. Your doctor should give an OK to do any type of excersices. Take care.
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