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Can you ride on roller coasters when pregnant?

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2013-08-13 03:45:02
2013-08-13 03:45:02

No, because the jarring and getting thrown around can cause placenta abruptae, in which the placenta is torn from the uterine wall and the fetus bleeds to death.

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