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When to Avoid Pregnancy Massage

When to Avoid Pregnancy Massage?

Because the research on pregnancy massage is scant, many Western-trained doctors advise a conservative approach. They may even advise all pregnant women to avoid massage. There are no scientifically agreed-upon guidelines. Be sure you get clearance from your doctor before you try a massage, especially if:

  • You’re experiencing nausea, vomiting, or morning sickness
  • You’re at high risk of miscarriage
  • You have a high-risk pregnancy such as placental abruption (where the placenta slightly detaches from the wall of the uterus) or preterm labor

A massage therapist may require written consent from your doctor and a liability waiver from you before performing a pregnancy massage.

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