Disclaimer

Always Consult with Your Doctor Prior to Starting Any New Exercise Program

At PregActive we always advise you to consult with your doctor to make sure you are ready to participate in an exercise program or participate in any physical activity. The general information on this website is a guide only and does not replace the advice of your health care professional.

This program is not suitable for women with hernia or POP without express medical approval. The workouts contains low impact but high intensity exercises that may be suitable for these conditions, depending on your medical health professionals advice.

PregActive Should be Used as a Guide Only

The information on our PregActive website has been developed and reviewed by our team at PregActive. To the best of their knowledge it is current and based on reputable sources of medical research. It should be used as a guide only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical or other health professional advice.

PregActive makes no warranties or representations regarding the completeness or accuracy of the information. PregActive is not liable for any loss or damage you suffer arising out of the use of or reliance on the information.

We recommend that you consult your Doctor or other qualified health professional if you have questions or concerns about your health.

If at anytime during your exercise workout you do not feel well, make sure you stop immediately and seek medical advice if required.

Results may vary when using PregActive. Testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials presented on our PregActive website involve real members and all the persons pictured achieved their desired results as stated by them in their testimonial.

However, these results are used as a showcase of what the most motivated PregActive online members and in-studio clients have done and should not be taken as average or typical results.

Reviews and Testimonials

Results may vary when using PregActive. Testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials presented on our PregActive website involve real members and all the persons pictured achieved their desired results as stated by them in their testimonial.

However, these results are used as a showcase of what the most motivated PregActive online members and in-studio clients have done and should not be taken as average or typical results.

Here’s When You Must Stop Exercising When Pregnant

While exercising when pregnant is recommended, you must always consult your doctor and follow their advice based on your personal circumstances. If at any time you experience the following symptoms listed below you should stop immediately.

While you may ignore these signs when you are not pregnant, you cannot afford to ignore these signs while pregnant.

If you have any concerns always seek medical attention and ask questions regarding your specific requirements when it comes to exercising when pregnant.

When to Stop Exercising When Pregnant

If you have experience any of the following symptoms, you should stop exercising when pregnant and call your doctor:

  1. Chest pain
  2. Vaginal bleeding
  3. Are short of breath
  4. Have a headache
  5. Have abdominal pain
  6. Have pelvic pain
  7. Muscle weakness
  8. Experience difficulty walking or standing
  9. Contractions
  10. Painful heat in the lower legs
  11. Burning or difficulty urinating
  12. Painful breasts
  13. Experience dizziness
  14. Feel faint or light-headed
  15. Calf pain or swelling
  16. Notice an irregular or rapid heartbeat
  17. Reduced movement by the baby
  18. Fluid leaking from the vagina