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    To help reduce your risk of preterm labor, your doctor may ask you to cut back on your activities between 20 and 24 weeks.


    This may mean you'll need to decrease the intensity or duration of your workouts or daily walks, or reduce your hours at work. In some cases, your doctor may recommend cutting back on these activities even earlier.

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    To help reduce your risk of preterm labor, your doctor may ask you to cut back on your activities between 20 and 24 weeks.


    This may mean you'll need to decrease the intensity or duration of your workouts or daily walks, or reduce your hours at work. In some cases, your doctor may recommend cutting back on these activities even earlier.

    You didn't get it right.


    To help reduce your risk of preterm labor, your doctor may ask you to cut back on your activities between 20 and 24 weeks.


    This may mean you'll need to decrease the intensity or duration of your workouts or daily walks, or reduce your hours at work. In some cases, your doctor may recommend cutting back on these activities even earlier.

    You didn't get it right.


    To help reduce your risk of preterm labor, your doctor may ask you to cut back on your activities between 20 and 24 weeks.


    This may mean you'll need to decrease the intensity or duration of your workouts or daily walks, or reduce your hours at work. In some cases, your doctor may recommend cutting back on these activities even earlier.

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