There are important factors to consider before returning to running after having a baby, such as potential risk factors for pelvic floor dysfunction. Pregnancy and childbirth have huge physical and mental implications for women, which must be considered prior to giving the thumbs up to exercise. This article by Gráinne Donnelly with input from Emma Brockwell and Tom Goom considers how to ensure that postnatal women are ready to run.
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