15 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is it safe to travel for 28 kms to and from daily by bus. I feel no exertion but is it safe to travel?

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Answer: If u feel fine dear than it's ok it's gud to be active . But take care of sudden jerks and brakes . Elevate ur foot while sitting .
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