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Is it fine to travel by train in early pregnancy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Pregnancy
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Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
Doctor:Good morning
User:Good Morning
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:my wife is pregnant and its 65 days since LMP
User:is it ok to travel now
User:by train, for arnd 25 hours
Doctor:Yes, it is fine to travel now
User:my frnds and colleagues hv been telling that v need to be very careful atleast till 90 days
User:but now, i am planning to leave her in her home town
Doctor:You can travel till 90 days in train
Doctor:It is not a problem
User:flight travel is ruled out, i guess
User:atleast by train
Doctor:she can also fl
User:oh.. is it ?
User:wen we met the doctor last time, she said NO for flight travels till 4th month
Doctor:There is no harm in flying in early pregnancy
User:ok fine..
Doctor:She can also travel by train
User:u mean to say that after 90 days, its lil risky to travel by train ?
Doctor:Not after 5 months but
Doctor:Yes, any long distance travel after 5 months is not advised
User:okie.. thanks for your advise
Doctor:Thank you too
User:anyways, train travel is better than flight, isn't it ?
Doctor:Yes, it is
User:ok thank you.
User:have a nice day!!!
Doctor:Is there anything else you want to discuss on?
User:no. nothing at the moment. Thanks!
Doctor:Thank you
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:Bye for now
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