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Question: Can I travel in 7th month through air

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Answer: Hello dear.. yes,you can,flight travel is safe during second or third trimester,but air travel is not recommended after 36weeks of pregnancy, if you have any health issues in pregnancy,it is better to consult gynaecologist advise before travel,have a safe journey
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