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Can I Go On Roller Coasters When Pregnant
Derma rollers: NO!. Not until you contact your obstetrician and get the OK! ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
So i have hydrocephalus and i was wondering if i go on roller coasters with high g forces will it mess up my vp shunt ?
Risky: It may be risky and not recommended, but you should discuss with the Surgeon or neurologist who follows you to get the full and definitive answer as to what they tell you. Best wishes. ...Read more
Arrhythmia: In general we do not recommend rollercoasters for people with significant cardiac arrhythmias. The stresses associated with rollercoasters could trigger arrhythmias or their complications. There are benign rhythm problems which wouldn't be a problem but a generalization would be no rollercoasters. ...Read more
What to do if I have asthma and i want to know if i can go on roller coasters at great america tomorrow?
Had a Larascopic appendectomy 3 weeks ago and I feel fine and the wounds are all completely healed, do you think i could go on roller coasters Tomorro?
Below: It would be best to ask the DR who did the lap appy. I would suggest waiting for the full 4 weeks for healing. ...Read more
Found out today that I am pregnant and am going to FL next week for vacation. Is it ok to go on roller coasters/water slides at only a few days preg?
Use common sense: Pregnancy is not a disease and if you are a healthy woman and you have a healthy normal pregnancy, you may let your body talk to you and use your common sense to do what you feel comfortable doing safely. If you have never been on "roller coasters/waters Ides" before, it may not be wise to begin now. ...Read more
I had spinal decompression surgery a year ago and I am wondering if I can now go on roller coasters?
No: Spinal decompression is not a contraindication. You should be aware this when riding the roller coaster, there is a great deal of acceleration/ deceleration activity that could lead to 'whiplash ' type injuries. Make sure that you have good strong neck and core muscles, this at least will decrease the probability of a musculoligamentous injury. ...Read more
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