37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am still working in and travel for 2 hours. Is it safe ? And will my baby change the position

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Answer: What mode of travel u choose is important. There is no problem with train traveling as i was also doing more than 2 hrs of train travel daily for my work and had no problem as such. But via road if the route is jerky u will have to be careful coz it may cause u amniotic fluid dischrge sometimes and also d case of placenta previa may occur
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