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Question: Traveling is safe during first trimester

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Answer: Better to avoid travelling during 1-3 monthd
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Question: is traveling in flight safe during first trimester
Answer:  U need to take advise from doctor for this and need to take a proper preparation Early pregnancy is the period when women may be most likely to experience pregnancy-related issues that may make travel uncomfortable, such as nausea and fatigue. In general, there is also an increased risk of miscarriage during the first trimester of pregnancy.  If you will be flying during your first month of pregnancy, there are steps you can take to maximize your comfort while in the air. You will likely be most comfortable in an aisle seat, which will allow you to stretch your legs frequently and access airplane restrooms easily. pregnant women take additional precautions, including wearing a seat belt while seated to prevent the risk of trauma during turbulence and avoiding consumption of gas-producing foods or beverages prior to flying. If you are experiencing significant pregnancy-related nausea, discuss an anti-nausea medication with your physician. Considerations for Flying When Pregnant Although most travelers can safely fly during the first month of pregnancy, there may be certain caveats for very frequent fliers. cautions that those who fly often, such as pilots and flight attendants, may want to rethink air travel during the first trimester of pregnancy. He cautions this simply because of the greater exposure to radiation travelers experience at high altitudes. Most airlines do not have policies restricting travel before the 36th week of pregnancy, but check with your carrier before purchasing tickets.
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Question: Hi is traveling by flight safe during first trimester
Answer: Hi, u can travel but avoid exertion. In had planned a foreign trip and then later realized about the baby so could not cancel, however my gynac gave me few tablets for safety.. You can also visit ur gynac or take the trip but be very cautious Baby is very small right now and fragile so avoid any bumps, jerks, etc
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Question: is traveling a risk during first trimester
Answer: U shud consult ur doc abt ur medical fitness to travel...incase ur doc approves prefer train
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