Yes, it is safe to fly. The biggest concern is, if you are late in your pregnancy, that you may go into labor while away from home. Call your doctor and ask them, just to be sure everything is OK.
The pressure changes in an airplane cabin can induce labor if you are nearing your due date. It is not recommended to fly after 32-34 weeks. Remember to think about how many weeks you will be during your return flight as well.
-Also check your insurance especially if going abroad-
no a dog can't fly even if it is pregnant or not
well you cant really tell if a fly if pregnant they lay eggs on you when they land on you so i guess when you see one there pregnant!
no. i dont know exactly why but they wont let you fly..
They don't 'get pregnant'. They lay eggs. A fly that's got eggs inside 'er isn't any bigger than a fly.
Yes you can go on a holiday, by air if you are pregnant. The question they will ask is how many months pregnant are you?
It is ok to fly, but you will have to check with the airline whether they will take you. Most airlines will not let you fly after week 35 or 36.
about 75 to 120 eggs
Aphids (green fly).
As far as I know, and seen... no.
I am 32 weeks pregnant. I had any problem during my pregnancy. Can I fly to Seattle from Miami?
They eat, poop,chirp and fly around and if they are pregnant, they lay eggs
WELL, first off if your wife is that pregnant she should not be flying. But if she happens to fly over to the US while that pregnant and end up having the child while she is here, yes the child is a citizen by naturalization
It's generally safe to fly until late in your pregnancy. Your doctor can tell you about your particular situation, but--as a general rule--most advise women not to fly during the last month of pregnancy.
not exactly it can still survive without wings like pregnant ones
Yes, it's fine. Consult with you doctor just in case.
Yes you can fly, most airlines will allow you up to 8 months, not that it's something you probably would want to do at that point...
yes but i want to be the dockter to deliiver the baby
Most airlines require a not from your dr saying that you are fit to fly and are not likely to go into labour within 36 hours of the flight after 26 weeks.
Nobody knows when the pandemic will stop and you as pregnant will be one of the firsts to be offered vaccine. So you can always fly after the vaccine if you don't feel safe. But there is nothing saying you will get H1N1 on a plane or airport when you just as well can get it at the supermarket at home.
Yes, sure you can fly as long as you do not have any complications like pain in abdomen or spotting or bleeding Per vaginum. Dr Nitin Yende.
The pregnant woman should consult her physician for specific advice.