11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i m completed 10 weeks of pregnancy. Can i able to travel by car 3hrs it is safe

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Answer: No ..... avoid journey, if possible . First trimester is very crucial and risky too.
Answer: 1st 3 months no travel dear.. after 14 weeks u can travel
Answer: Please consult with your doctor
Answer: don't take risk at this point
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