Short answer: Travel is safe for normal pregnancies, except in the last month.
As long as there are no big concerns or complications in your pregnancy, it is generally safe to travel during your pregnancy except during the last month. But to be safe, do check with your doctor before you travel especially if it is overseas or an exotic adventurous place. Also, if you are travelling for pleasure, be sure your schedule is practical. You will need lots of rest, so plan for breaks between each attraction you will visit.
Most airlines allow pregnant women to travel during pregnancy except during the last month. And even in the last month, the airlines usually allow you to travel if you have a doctors certificate allowing you to travel.
The ideal time to travel during pregnancy is the second trimester - also called the “honeymoon” phase your pregnancy. In most cases you are past the morning sickness of the first trimester and several weeks from the third stage of pregnancy when you get tired.
Here are some tips for comfortable travel:
Nowadays, many working women also travel in buses to their offices. Wear comfortable clothing, and take a pillow along for back support. Also keep a handy bottle of water.
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