There are few concerns associated with traveling while you are pregnant, however the information below is provided to help make your trip the safest and most comfortable it can be.
As long as there are no identified complications or concerns with your pregnancy, it is generally safe to travel at all times during your pregnancy.
The ideal time to travel during pregnancy is during the second trimester. In most cases you are past the morning sickness from the first trimester and it is prior to the later stages of pregnancy when it is hard to get around.
Whether you are traveling by car, bus or train it is generally safe to travel while you are pregnant, however there are some things to consider making your trip safer and more comfortable.
Traveling by air is considered safe for women while they are pregnant; however the following ideas might make your trip safer and more comfortable.
Traveling by sea is generally safe for women while they are pregnant; the motion of the boat may accentuate any morning sickness or make you feel nauseous all over again. There are a few considerations to make your trip safer and more comfortable.
Traveling oversees has the same considerations that local or domestic travel has, but it also has additional concerns that you need to know about before making an international trip. The information below is provided to help you assess whether an international trip is good for you at this time.