31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.... 8th month started for me from 14th April, and im planning to travel for my sister's engagement via train... Its 6 hours journey... Is it safe to travel? Kindly suggest

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Answer: No its not safe to u and ur baby bcz 8 th month is dangerous so dont go any were plz be in same place upto 9th month
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