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Answered 2006-07-17 21:48:51

How pregnant are you? I'd avoid going anywhere too far away from about the middle of the 8th month onwards, unless you are prepared to have Junior far from home. But I have flown and taken long car trips myself in middle pregnancy, to no ill effects.

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