10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi doctor now I am 8weeks pregnant can I do train journey is it safe

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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.
Answer: Yes dear of ur pregnancy os not having any complication then train journey is absolutely safe for in pregnancy. Make sure you take the lower birth while travelling. And carry food and water from home. Hope it helps.
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