13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am a service woman so i ve to cover a distance of 90km by train n car in a day. Is it true regular journey will create problem in developing baby's growth in mother's womb.?

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Answer: Dont worry..travelling by car or train is safe during pregnancy if you dont have any complication in your pregnancy
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