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Boating Pregnancy Cruise Boat River
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Hello.Im 25 weeks pregnant and got invited to go boating. It's a 52ft yacht,the cruise will take up to 4h.Is it safe do it? Than You Aneta.
Help! i thought i was suffering from anxiety i really think it's more.I get this feeling like i'm on a cruise boat dizzy an blurry vision . Any advice?
I'm pregnant and I'm planing to travel to maldives island I will be 28 weeks of pregnancy by plane and also fast boat,, I want to know is it risky ??
No: Commercial air and boat travel during pregnancy is considered safe for women who have healthy pregnancies. Still, it's best to check with your Ob. If your pregnancy is considered high risk or you're at risk of preterm labor, your Ob might restrict travel. 28 weeks is a time when the risk of pre-term labor is low, so you are probably safe. Sounds like a wonderful trip! Have a great time! ...Read more
I will be visiting Hawaii at 7 weeks pregnant. Is it safe to go on a potentially choppy ocean boat ride in early pregnancy?
My niece is 3 months preg...Goin to a beach, but ? Is..Is it safe 4 her 2 go "tubing" if boat goes slower 4 her?
Stop her: I've seen too many "tubing" mishaps to recommend this. Sure it's safe at low speeds...And if you don't flip...And if you don't ram into anything...And if you don't accidentally run over something....(the list goes on & on). No one - no one goes slow while tubing, even if granny's turn is next.Trust me, pass on the tubing & i can guarantee no regrets should something happen. Stay safe my friends... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 18 weeks pregnant and was out on a boat for 5 hrs. The temperature outside was 102 degrees. I felt fine but is there any risk to the baby?
Hyperthermia, dehydr: Hyperthermia and dehydration could affect you fetus in a permanent and temporary sense, respectively. I would strongly recommend avoiding exposure to such punishing weather for any amount of time during pregnancy! maintaining normothermia and good hydration are essential to a good pregnancy outcome. Stay in air-conditioned spaces while pregnant! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have constipation boating feeling sick to my stomach for roughly a week now and now my period is a day late. Could this be stress or something else?
Missed period: If a young woman is sexually active she can get pregnant. Hpt will let you know if you are pregnant. Not everyone experiences the typical pregnancy symptoms. Late cycles don't always mean pregnancy. If symptoms get worse or continues, see your doctor, especially if your period doesn't come. ...Read more
Boating is about fun: "boating is about fun and if wearing a life jacket makes boating more fun for me, i expect you to respect that." that's enough but if someone still asks why, tell him or her that if you fall overboard and get knocked out in the process, you often die. A life jacket gives you a chance to be saved. Whenever i sail on a large lake or sea or alone, i wear a life jacket and I have been sailing 40 yrs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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