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I have just conceived. Can I travel in plane?

I have just conceived. Can I travel in plane?

Yes: Generally, commercial air travel during pregnancy is considered safe for women who have healthy pregnancies. Still, if you're pregnant, it's best to check with your health care provider before you fly. Air travel during pregnancy may increase the risk of complications associated with certain conditions in pregnancy — such as sickle cell disease, clotting disorders and placental insufficiency. ...Read more

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Please suggest food while travelling. 1 hr flight + long hours sightseeing.Just conceived.

Please suggest food while travelling. 1 hr flight + long hours sightseeing.Just conceived.

Healthy: It's most important to eat a healthy variety of foods, such as fruits, vegetables, and grains. Be sure to drink plenty of water, use bottled when traveling. Also be sure to get up and move around every 20-30 min while flying to prevent swelling and blood clots. Good luck! ...Read more

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I just conceived. Is it advisable to travel? 1 or 2 hrs of flight and sight seeing stuff is ok?

I just conceived. Is it advisable to travel? 1 or 2 hrs of flight and sight seeing stuff is ok?

Likely OK: For non high risk pregnancies it is safe to travel in the first and second trimesters. Have your first prenatal exam before traveling. ...Read more

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Im at the dr office now. I was told I'm 4weeks and 2 days. Just trying to find out when i conceived?

Graphs not precise: The graphs that are used are not that precise! An estimate is made. After all you were not told down to the precise one hundred-thoundth of a second how old your fetus is. Any numerical result is always stated with error bars or plus or minus so much. Ask your doc what that is for any given test. Oh, and congratulations! ...Read more

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I am 34 & just conceived. By the time i deliver, i will have turned 35. What are chances my baby will have down syndrome? Thank you!

I am 34 & just conceived. By the time i deliver, i will have turned 35. What are chances my baby will have down syndrome? Thank you!

Consult your doctor: The most common risk factor for down syndrome is maternal age. As a woman gets older, her risk to have a pregnancy with a chromosome abnormality increases. The risk for down syndrome (trisomy 21) is of 1 in 500 at maternal age of 34 years. Consult your ob-gyn for further recommendations. ...Read more

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My husband is 27,we just married and I'm yet to get started with my career. physycologially n physically is it best to conceived now or postpone?

My husband is 27,we just married and I'm yet to get started with my career. physycologially n physically is it best to conceived now or postpone?

Prepare yourself: Physical and psychologic comfort vary from person to person. If you are healthy and prepared to take care and support a child you are ready. This is a personal decision for any one who does not have any physical illnesses. ...Read more

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How do you know when you conceived?

How do you know when you conceived?

Menses will stop: If the menstrual periods stop, and the early signs of pregnancy start appearing, then one has conceived. Doing a urine pregnancy test 1 week after missing a period (or 3 weeks after sex), can confirm the conception and pregnancy. ...Read more

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How can I find out when a conceived?

How can I find out when a conceived?

Ultrasound: An ultrasound can give you the approximate date of conception by the development of the fetus on ultrasound. ...Read more

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I conceived January 25 how far am I ?

I conceived January 25 how far am I ?

About 2 mo: How do you know you conceived? You should be 8 weeks from last normal period but about 6 weeks from "conception". If all is well should be on prenatal vitamins and have a checkup to evaluate other health issues, an ultrasound within the next couple of months will give an accurate dating of expected delivery within a few days although this is just the expected date. No matter what start care. ...Read more