Our expert says:
Well, first you need to sort out that iron problem. Are you taking anything for it? There are some good tablets - Chela Fer is one that we often recommend for athletes, so you might try that.
Once you've sorted that out, the exercise issue is a separate one. There's no exercise that is "dangerous" in terms of affecting you, and the chances that it will affect your chance of falling pregnant is also minimal, unless you don't sort out the iron issue, have insufficient energy in the diet, or have some other condition. Only elite athletes exercise so much that it affects their reproductive cycle.
So I wouldn't worry too much about exercise affecting your chances of pregnancy. The key is that you must sort out the iron deficiency, and that's easiest done with a medical course. As for diet, that's something for a dietician to advise on, and this would be well worth your while.
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