Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am 8 th weeks pregnant can I travel by train it's a overnight journey
Answer: If there is no complication than u can but it's better to consult your doctor before traveling. I have done traveling in my starting pregnancy and also on 8th month
Question: Hi am 5 weeks pregnant can I travel in train
Answer: Yes... But beware of jerks...
Docotrs advise to avoid travelling in first nd third trisemester.
Question: i am 7 week pregnant can i travel by train overnight???~
Answer: Travelling is best to be avoided during first trimester as the chances of miscarriage is high.
Do consult your doctor before travelling.
Here are few things to remember while travelling during pregnancy.
1) pack meal and snacks for yourself, which you can eat at every two hours.
2) Do not eat anything from outside. No street food, cut fruits, juices etc.
3) Carry your own water or purchase packaged water.
4) Washrooms are the most unhygienic in trains. Carry toilet disinfectant spray, tissues, sanitizer to keep yourself clean and germ free.
5) Don't sit for longer hours.
6) Wear comfortable clothes and prefer slippers or shoes.
Question: I am 25 week pregnent can i travel in train?
Answer: Hello dear, There's no reason not to travel when you're pregnant, if you don't have any serious medical complications like low lying placenta issue then you can travel. but you will need more comfortable and to stretch your legs. Also, train r safe because you can lay down there.
These useful tips can help...To prevent cramps, safe to walk around and do some simple stretches. If you're sitting or standing, extend your leg, heel first, and gently flex your foot to stretch your calf muscles. When you're sitting, rotate your ankles and wiggle your toes. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes too. Travel light and try not to overload yourself with luggage. If sitting in the train gives you backache, try putting a cushion, foam wedge or rolled up sweater in the small of your back.
You should consider about hygein before using bathroom and sitting, touching anywhere.