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Old 03-21-2008, 11:29 AM
 
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I am a l-d runner putting in about 75 mile training weeks for the last six months, specifically training for a marathon in May. I am told it's not unusual for women at this level to have disrupted menstrual issues, and I certainly do. Now I'm getting married in the fall and wonder if anyone knows how long these affects last? Are they reversible and how long does it take before my system gets back to normal? Also what is a safe mileage range I might shoot for and still have a chance to conceive?
I would love to hear if anyone has any thoughts.
sincerely, Cathy
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Old 08-27-2008, 09:50 AM
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I'm a walker .... personally, I wouldn't do LDR while trying to get pregnant. It's just me and I know you're advanced and I'm sure not running will kill ya too stop. I would take it easy and focus on planning a baby .... best of luck!!
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Old 02-19-2009, 08:56 AM
 
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This raises questions about exercise in general as it applies to getting pregnant. Do you think the exercise caution applies to ANY women trying to get pregnant, or most especially to those who are taking fertility treatments so that there are as few possible complications as possible?
I am really curious about this, because I guess I believe that whatever way is best to get pregnant naturally, should be emulated when in treatment.
(However, that said, you'd never catch me out running, no matter when!)
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Old 03-17-2009, 04:33 PM
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Hi canby, Seriously it won't cause any harm, I read lot of article regarding this.. running won't harm internally. I think you got wrong information from some where.
Don't worry about it. All the Best.

With Regards,
Daniel,
drug rehab
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