Answer: Hello dear, There's no reason not to travel when you're pregnant. 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.
You must take care hygiene before using bathroom and sitting, touching anywhere.
Second trimester (3-6 months) The middle three months of pregnancy are considered the safest months to fly. The risks of miscarriage have diminished and complications, such as premature labour, are low. If you have a medical condition or have hadpregnancy complications you should discuss these with your doctor.
The two main hazards of being on the road are unruly traffic and bumpy roads. You are exposed to both of these much more when travelling by a two or three wheeler, than you would be in a car, bus, train or metro.
Some women prefer not to travel in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy because of nausea and feeling very tired during these early stages. And last trimester is also risky.
Hope it helped.... Take care urself....
Answer: There are also a few risks involved with bus travel during pregnancy . Bus journey is uncomfortable
If you are traveling a long distance or get stuck in a traffic jam, you cannot get up and move around often; this can put you at a risk for blood clots and varicose veins.
The biggest worry in bus travel during pregnancy is the need to use the washroom, especially if you are traveling in an air conditioned bus. Please advise ur Doctor
That really depends how long your journey is. And if your pregnancy has any risk or not . Avoid long journey during pregnancy. If you want to go than its better to go on car as you can stop and take a break during traveling. But do consult with your doctor about it because knowing your history he can advise you well.