For any woman pregnancy means a moment of happiness. During this time, the pregnant woman is advised to take many precautions. Doctors also advice pregnant women not to travel a lot because they have to take several precautions during pregnancy.
So, pregnant women are often confused about the journey. But, with a little caution, you can also travel in pregnancy. We will tell you some precautions that should be taken while travelling. Now pregnant woman can easily enjoy the journey.
Let’s get started..
If you’ve complications
This is not a big deal. In today’s time there are many working women who go to office even during pregnancy and their delivery is normal. But if you have complications in your pregnancy, then you have to take care of yourself in the journey. If you are pregnant and are about to travel then definitely take permission from your doctor before this.
Travelling is safe during pregnancy in most cases but if you keep some precaution in mind then you and your child can be protected. Keeping a few things in mind can make your journey relaxed.
Pregnant women may have problems in-
* Travelling can be detrimental to women whose pregnancy is at high risk or the doctor who has fully advised of bed rest. For example, in long travelling, sometimes the road is bad, there is no medical facility during the journey, there are some aspects which can have an impact on pregnancy.
* Travelling affects the pregnant woman’s diet and exercise routine. To stay healthy during travel, nutritious meals, proper breathing and lots of fluids and light exercises are also important. Once you follow this routine, you will not have to face much problems during travel.
* Starting three months and last three months are the most important during pregnancy. You should avoid travelling during this period. The risk of miscarriage is very high in the early months.
* If you are travelling by plane, there is a possibility of dehydration due to low moisture levels. Take a seat with enough space to spread legs.
* Tuck the seat belt under the stomach in the car during the journey. Sit on the next seat of the car and keep the window open for clean air.
Other important tips
* Follow the instructions of your doctor while travelling. Keep all the medicines with you and keep your doctor’s papers and doctor’s number always with you to use in emergency.
* Sit in your car in such a way that you can easily move your legs.
* Do not wear tight clothes or heels.
* Avoid a long journey. If you are travelling, do not forget to bring water.
* Before going anywhere, consult your doctor and follow doctor’s instructions.
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