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Question: i travel by train and Rickshaw is it safe

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Answer: Travelling is only advisable in the 2nd trimester... it is best to avoid otherwise... In case it is an emergency proper precautions has to be taken based on the mode of transport, place of travel and hours of journey. If it is roadways, avoid bumpy roads or railways and long journey. Take frequent breaks. Secure yourself safely with a seat-belt. Keep your body hydrated. Be very careful when travelling by two wheeler or auto-rickshaw. Avoid standing or sitting for long hours. Avoid crowded trains
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