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Question: Am 4 month pregnant.. Can I travel by car.. Any problems?

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Answer: You are in your second trimester and if you have not had any complications till now, you can safely travel by car. Many women commute to work places daily in cars. But it is advisable to avoid long journey in car specially on bumpy roads. For long journey train or air travel should be preferred. Hope this information is useful to you. All the best.
Answer: Hello dear. Travelling in pregnancy completely depends on you as to how confident and comfortable you are while travelling and also it depends if you have a green signal from the doctor, and there would be no problem if there are no complication or restriction in your pregnancy. Take care.
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    Sadhvi Chhabra120 days ago

    I happened to have bleeding 2 weeks before, can i afford a journey of four days in next month

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    smitha harshavardhan120 days ago

    It's not recommended, please check with your doctor too.

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