The American Congress of Obstetrician and Gynocologist indicates that the impact on pregnancy from cosmic radiation exposure during ﬂight is trivial. Pregnant frequent ﬂyers, pilots, and ﬂight attendants can receive exposures that exceed current recommended values and suggests they appropriately modify their work schedules.
According to the Health Physics Society, "When you are flying in a jet at 30,000 feet altitude the exposure is extremely small and for only a short period. Based on our knowledge of the amount of radiation to result in birth defects or miscarriage, there is no risk from commercial flying."
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