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is it safe to run yet?

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HaveIGotPoosForYou Fri 14-Jun-13 21:50:22

But if they give you the all clear if you gradually worked your way up, I imagine it would be OK.

Plus if you can't complete it it's the competing that counts and doing something for a cause you truly believe in.

HaveIGotPoosForYou Fri 14-Jun-13 21:49:22

It's best to ask a professional. If I offered a yes and you injured yourself, I'd feel very bad and honestly don't know your pain level/how you have coped since giving birth to know when is best.

For most births they advise to wait at least 6 weeks but I waited til my 8 week check up but that's partially due to having a c section too.

mummyTP2 Thu 30-May-13 13:50:43

I had my second baby 3 months ago, I was very active before I fell pregnant but during pregnancy I developed severe pelvic girdle pain and sciatica then had an awful 12 day slow labour followed by a traumatic birth with an epidural that was put in wrong, and now I'm slowly recovering, I was able to walk within the first few weeks but struggle a bit with distances, I have been asked to do the race for life with a friend and her daughter, its always been something I've wanted to do ever since my nan died of cancer when I was a teenager but its in 4 months and I'm wondering if I should back out before its too late, will I be pushing myself to hard as id need to start training for it now

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