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Is jumping rope ok for women after 40? Doesnt that make uterus more likely to prolapse?

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Dr. David Fein
Preventive Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Go ahead!

Uterine prolapse is commonly caused by multiple factors: pregnancies, childbirth, obesity, smoking, menopause, asthma or copd, etc.
If you already have prolapse, jumping rope certainly will not make it worse, and if you don't have prolapse, jumping rope won't cause it!

In brief: Go ahead!

Uterine prolapse is commonly caused by multiple factors: pregnancies, childbirth, obesity, smoking, menopause, asthma or copd, etc.
If you already have prolapse, jumping rope certainly will not make it worse, and if you don't have prolapse, jumping rope won't cause it!
Dr. David Fein
Dr. David Fein
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