12 High-Risk Exercises To Avoid When You Are Pregnant

No High Altitude Exercises

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Any sports at altitude may induce altitude sickness which in turn can reduce the oxygen supply to the fetus. This does not appear to be the case for moderate intensity exercise at altitudes anywhere up to 2,500m but if you want to exercise at altitudes above this upper limit you should be guided through appropriate acclimatization and make modifications to your activities as guided by your doctor. If you experience symptoms of altitude sickness including excessive shortness of breath, chest pain and light-headedness and weakness, you must stop exercising immediately and seek medical aid.

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