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Does skipping rope cause problems in girls ?

hello docter.i am 21 yrs female with 60 kgs of weight and height 52 inches.i need to reduce 10 kgs soon and i am skipping rope from 1 month,4000 jumps daily,but smone tld me skipping rope causes problems in girls body n they cant concieve later in married that true?kindly guide me docter can i skipp rope or i should stop... Muskaan...
Asked On : Mon, 20 Jun 2011
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skipping rope don`t cause any problem in conception .it helps in restoring good health.
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Answered: Mon, 20 Jun 2011
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Skipping has no effect on conception.You can go ahead and continue your exercise.I advise you to add in jogging , walking also along with skipping. Jogging reduces weight efficiently , as when you run heavy working of thigh muscles burns lot of fat.

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