6 months old baby

Question: i delivered on november 08,2017.this is my second c-section.can i do excercises like shuttle and skipping now.

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Answer: Hello! Yes, since you have already going to complete 6 months, you can do skipping and all unless you don't have any complaints regarding the stitches.
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