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Although c-sections are becoming fairly common in the United States, approximately 30%, that does not mean they should be considered a “small surgery.”
Your pubic bone, or pubic symphysis, is found on the front side of your pelvis where the two sides connect. They connect to form a cartilage joint: the symphysis pubis. This joint is responsible for keeping the two bones of the pelvis together and stable during physical activity.
The carpal tunnel is a small space located at the wrist. It is formed by wrist (carpal) bones and a ligament which creates the roof of the “tunnel”.
Whether you are appropriate for an exercise routine during your pregnancy is a discussion you should have with your OBGYN during the first few weeks of your pregnancy.