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Possible cause of miscarriage?
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awilk7 posted:
I know that it's recommended to not participate in certain activities during pregnancy, and jumping on a trampoline would likely fit in that list. But I have a question:

Would jumping and doing flips on a trampoline likely cause a miscarriage in an otherwise healthy pregnancy at about 10-11 weeks? That would mean landing on your feet, not falling, not falling off the trampoline, not your feet jarring as they hit the ground, not being launched high in the air by another person, etc... just plain jumping and basically spinning.
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