16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.. i m in my 4th month of pregnancy.I travel daily by cab for 2-3km as I m working person. But the roads r bumpy.. is itt fine? I feel scared some times

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Answer: travelling by car is safe in pregnancy if you dont have any complication in your pregnancy.if you are worried talk to your doctor about it.
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    Neetisha Jain455 days ago


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