19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 19 weeks pregnant can i travel in train or bus for 7 hrs?

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Answer: Hello... Dear in second trimester, traveling is generally considered safe, but if you traveling for long distance or you have any medical related issue in pregnancy, please consult doctor before travel
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    Prabhu R291 days ago


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