35 weeks pregnant mother

Hi.. Can I travel in train.. I m 32 weeks pregnant. It's safe or not

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Hello dear. Travelling in pregnancy completely depends on you as to how confident and comfortable you are while travelling and also it depends if you have a green signal from the doctor, and there would be no problem if there are no complication or restriction in your pregnancy. Take care.
Hie since you are in your 8 the month if you have a normal pregnancy then you may have holidays but if you are pregnant than it pays slightly less .
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