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During 7 Month Pregnancy Travel By Train
If you are healthy: and there are no specific pregnancy complications that would make travel contraindicated then it is usually safe. However, recommend assessment and ok by your obstetrician. To increase safety & comfort– hydrate well, get up & walk about every 2 hours, select an aisle seat & use a seat belt (if available). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Yes: Air travel while pregnant is safe, but stay well-hydrated and get up to walk around every hour or 2 (i advise a aisle seat). The main concern is your going into labor, so some airlines require a note from their doctor if traveling within 1-4 weeks of their due date- see http://www.Babycenter.Com/0_airline-policies-for-pregnant-travelers_6976.Bc?Page=1 for details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: The baby will travel quite well at this age. The obvious issues involve more than just travel. It is important to limit babies contact with sources of infection/flu/colds & the like. Traveling with the baby on the inside, telling the curious that babies trying to nap, etc. Can help limit chance of illness. Try to maintain a feed/sleep pattern similar to the one you have at home. ...Read more
Pregnancy Travel: Avoid excessively long trips in late pregnancy. Recommend OB assessment prior to long trips. Have plans in place in case you run into complications. If available use a seat belt. Stretch & walk about at least every 2 to 3 hours. Hydrate well. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Consider wearing compression stockings. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can the pregnancy/fetus be effected in 1st-2nd month of pregnancy by cosmic rays during flight? Or should I avoid flight during pregnancy?
Relax: There is no documented evidence that these have any more effect on the fetus than they would if you were on the ground. ...Read more
Yes: If she is having a normal pregnancy with no risk factors, she can fly at this stage without issue. Airlines are sensitive to the risks of flight and will discourage flying in late pregnancy due to the possibility of premature delivery which can disrupt the flight. But at 4 months this is not a reasonable possibility. ...Read more
No: No those activities should not cause a miscarriage. ...Read more
My wife is pregnant and will travel during 32-33 weeks by flight, approx. 5 hours+4 hrs transit+1:30 hours again to reach destination. Is it safe?
Hmm: Your wife is very close to term/delivery, so first I would speak to your doctor. Then if he/she agrees check with the airlines as they may not want you to have the baby on the plane . Good luck ...Read more
wife will be 32 weeks at time of air travel. I will accompany her. The travel is international. This is scnd prgncy. 1st was normal delivery.
OK if OB ok's: In pregnancy, safety of air travel is usually fine, but it depends on the person and the progress of the pregnancy. Only travel with approval of your OB. Here'ssome resources: http://tinyurl.com/lo967lz http://tinyurl.com/kx4g4yt http://tinyurl.com/ng3sjvz http://tinyurl.com/kg69gkj In the US, we don't recommend meds to prevent pre-term labor, but other countries do prescribe them. Happy trip! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: It depends on whether or not you are experiencing vaginal bleeding or not. Pregnancy and bleeding requires that you are either on bedrest or near a hospital or other medical facility. By the way, you should be setting up an appointment for OB care if you intend to take this pregnancy to delivery so that you can ask the treating OB MD these types of questions. ...Read more
Experience spotting during cycle, anything to worry about? Before ovulation can occur day 10, 11, 12, 16 after ov can occur day 17-21 ttc.
24 day cycles - 7 day flow - 17 days in between periods. Curious if that is not enough time to ovulate? Ttc for 10mo.
Ovulation: By having regular cycles you already have the physical evidence that, yes, you do ovulate. ...Read more
Do 4hr flight travel and long 2hr car travel leads to miscarriage at time of missed period?chances of miscarriage at next pregnancy?any risk to next?
Monthly cycle changed from 25-26 to 29-30 and period length increased from 7 days to 12 days, since TTC. Does this signify difficulty in conception?
Conception difficult: At 35, a woman is in a decreased statistical ability to conceive. In addition, older eggs require more stimulation to be released from the ovary, causing increased length of periods. See an infertility physician to obtain tests and medications to increase your fertility, Ask about a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) to clear your tubes, and other adjuncts to help you conceive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can sperm last through your mestrual cycle from sex 10 days before your cycle started - being able to fertilize a egg during ovulation?
Intentional orgasm 9 days post 3 day transfer.Still having occasional cramps.HCG test in 2 days.Concerned implantation was interrupted verses assisted.Was attempting to increase blood to uterine wall?
7.5 wks pregnant. Int. flight ab 10 hours. 2 weeks later, same flight back home. Dangerous to fetus with cabin pressure, radiation? Increase miscarriage risk? Heartbeat good and im healthy.
Depends on variables: Depending on your health and progress to that point, your OB may consider you either well enough to travel or not.Many can. You will want to contact any airline you may plan to use because some have restrictions that you will need to understand and work with, but most would not consider 5-6 mo a problem if you had a doc's note. ...Read more
Yes : Traveling is safe. Due to the increased risk of blood clots with pregnancy, you should stand and stretch every one and a half to two hours. Stretch your legs and tighten your calves to help move blood from your legs to your pelvis. This can help decrease your risks of getting blood clots. If the bus stops, get out and walk around to help circulate your blood as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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