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Can you fly when you are pregnant?

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2015-07-15 18:46:12
2015-07-15 18:46:12

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-

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