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I've not been on this forum for ages because I've temporarily stopped running. I'm expecting my first child in January 2013 and gave up running in April of this year. I would have liked to run during pregnancy, but we had IVF and spent a lot of money on it, so I did not want to take any chances.
Before the treatment I ran about 30 miles a week. I've run several half marathons and one marathon but of course all that fitness will be long gone now!
I still exercise (I walk, swim and go on the bikes in the gym - about 4 times a week). Anyway, by 2014 I will have built up enough rejections to get a place in the London Marathon. Is it realistic to expect to be able to run it after having had a baby in January 2013?
I hope so as it feels I've been waiting ages to get a place of my own, without the pressure of being a Golden Bond runner.
Would love to hear other people's experiences.