Pre-Post Natal Course Assessment
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Which of the following factors can make weightloss postpartum difficult?CorrectIncorrect
Pregnant and Postnatal women will be at a higher risk of mental health issues if she already has a history of mental health issues. True or false?:CorrectIncorrect
Would you allow a woman to run 7 weeks postnatal because she has always been the fittest lady on the team and says she is feeling really well and ready to go?CorrectIncorrect
What percentage of women have incontinence 7 years postnatally?CorrectIncorrect
If a woman is showing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, should she have to stop exercising altogether?CorrectIncorrect
How are breasts likely to change in response to pregnancy?CorrectIncorrect
Is cotton a recommended material for a bra for a pre and postnatal woman?CorrectIncorrect
Are there ways of including your pregnant woman within your club setting even though it may now be unsafe for her to train?CorrectIncorrect
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