27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Now I entered in 7th monthMy 6th month scan reports says Cervical length is 2.6And 2 weeks back I took another scan to check my reports Cervical length is 3.4..now Shall I travel for 7 hours journey ??

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Answer: Totally depends on how comfortable you feel travelling. I would suggest to travel only in your private car and if there are no bumpy roads.
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