you cant play any sports when you are pregnant
No. Fertility has nothing to do with sports. Being healthy can play a part.
not play sports for a while
If she has checked with her physician, has participated in the sports prior to getting pregnant, and it poses no harm to her or her baby than she should stay as active as possible. Many women walk, jog, play volleyball, play tennis, and I personally rode horses while pregnant. You'll know when to stop. Or your doctor will tell you.
At first yes, but as you get closer to the due date, your water will break because of the force it is under.
If we talk tennis or golf it's safe but if we talk team sports where you risk bumping into people and fall, that would not be safe.
If she is healthy and has not been advised not to by a doctor there is no reason why she should not play sport.
No, unless you get pregnant.
well, she does play basketball for a while
Play differ sports when you are young so you know what to play when you are older
yeah get hard
you can if you really want to but i wouldn't
People play beach sports for enjoyment and exercise while being able to observe women in bathing suits.
Yes, it is. Make sure you wear either a pad or tampn and you will be fine playing sports while on your period.
Of coarse when You Play Sports You have To CalCULate Where The Ball Is Going TO Land And Syuff like That
It is not recommended that someone with stitches play any type of sports. It is best to ask the doctor who gave the stitches what activities can be done while they are still in.
"I play sports"
While I would say the majority of people in the world were allowed to play sports, I would imagine there were some that were not permitted to participate in sports due to political, religious or other reasons.
Doctors will recommend that you avoid most physical sports while pregnant including surfing to avoid the risk of falling. I already knew how to surf and continued to throughout my entire pregnancy.
They may not allow it as the baby will play a big part.
Play Sports is the correct term and grammar.