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There's no need to rush into weight loss after giving birth. Why not wait a few months to give yourself time to settle into the world of parenting and enjoy spending time with your new arrival? When you're ready, here's what you need to know.
Gentle exercise should be okay after your six-week post-birth check (or longer if you had a caesarean) but check with your GP before starting to exercise. You should avoid sit-ups or crunches to begin with, according to postnatal fitness consultant Jane Wake: "During pregnancy, the abdominal muscles can become weak. This means some exercises are unsuitable for new mums."