29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm not exercising at all not even walks due to cerclage. Please tell me is this fine or is their something i can do as part of exercise.

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Answer: No.it is not advisable to do exercises with cervical encirclage..
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    Amrita Sonawane27 days ago

    Ok thanks. But not even small evening walks?

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