Absolutely. You can fly until you are within a few weeks of your due date. Even then it is "safe" to fly, the flight attendants just don't want to catch your baby.
no its gone
This has to be a trick question, but OK . . . you conceived 19 weeks ago.
yes that's ok all of my pregnancies were that way
Ok, I'll bite....1 month and 3 weeks......
Well on the signs, they say not to ride them if your pregnant.....but 6 weeks im not suremaybe you can????
Jesus christ no!!
Many women fly even if they are 5 months into there pregnancy. It will not hurt your baby, but you may get sick easier than you normally do while flying especially if you normally have morning sickness during your pregnancy.
Talk to your doctor.
Well im 7 weeks pregnant and at 5 weeks i started spotting that's how i found out i was pregnant! If its not enough blood to use a pad then i believe you should be ok. Hope that helps
If the progesterone is 24.6 is the femal pregnant?
yes, my roomate is pregnant and said the nausea went away after a little over two months..which 9 weeks is. It is normal.
It is only safe if it is prescribed by a dentist who is aware the patient is pregnant.
It is not okay for a pregnant woman to have a HCG levels of 52,000. The HGC levels are suppose to double every week.
Its ok ive answerd my own question as im now pregnant! 5 weeks fater EP surgery Its ok ive answerd my own question as im now pregnant! 5 weeks fater EP surgery
It would be inadvisable to travel as heavily pregnant as 34 weeks. The safest time to travel during pregnancy is the second trimester (12 - 24 weeks). Any woman over 28 weeks pregnant must be carrying a note from a doctor or midwife explaining that the pregnancy is normal and that you are very healthy and fit to fly. It must also have your expected due date stated on it. If you are expecting twins and/or suffer from diabetes, it is inadvisable to travel at any stage of pregnancy.
yes. only one time though. & 6 weeks after
Talk to your Dr first and make sure your dentist knows that you are pregnant.
yes i had lots of those while pregnant,even from 5 weeks pregnancy so dont worry cause its ok.
Yes it is very normal to be hungry right after you eat,
See a doctor. He can best tell you the best course of action
Yes, but not for too long. You will know when it is not ok because you wont be able to do it.
It depends on too many factors to answer anonymously on line. Ask your doctor.
Yes. It is OK for pregnant women.
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-