Question: can I travel 200 km from my home and then back by car to attend family function? Bicornuate utreus first pregnancy

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Answer: Hi, usually traveling is never an issue with a normal pregnancy, I drove right till my 37th week.. but, with any condition which is different from the usual during pregnancy it's better to consult your gynaecologist.. all we want to be sure is our baby is safe..:) all the best for your pregnancy..👍
Answer: I'm suffering from same problem..I m 17 weeks pregnant. There is all ok in my pregnancy till now..So my doctor allows me to go via car..but with precautions and some medication.. So you should concern your doctor for the same.
Answer: please consult once with your gyno as she know you and your condition very well.
Answer: consult your gyne, it's a must.
Answer: Better to avoid
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