If you have a normal, healthy pregnancy, cruising can make for a safe, relaxing, romantic vacation. With bracing ocean air and countless ship and shore activities to try, your biggest problem may be how to avoid getting worn out by all the excitement. But before booking a ticket, talk to your healthcare provider about whether or not a cruise is a good idea for you. If your pregnancy is complicated by a medical condition, a prior preterm delivery, or twins or higher multiples, your doctor or midwife may recommend against it. When you call cruise lines, ask about their restrictions for pregnant travelers and whether or not a doctor, nurse, or both will be on board. Keep in mind that many smaller ships (under 100 passengers) do not have medical personnel on staff. And don't count on a shipboard pharmacy to stock your medications. Bring a supply to cover the entire trip. Also check your health insurance policy to make sure you'll be covered if you have any complications on board or at any of the ports of call. You can buy additional travel medical coverage from most cruise lines or directly from insurance companies.
not really,what if you go into premature labour,better to be safe than sorry.
Nothing says that it is not safe, but it is not recommended. But I don't see what could go wrong with that.
yes,you can have dates throughout your pregnancy but in limited quantity.its safe to have dates while you're pregnant so go for it..
yes=yes it is safe to swin when you are pregnant an its good exercise an it will help when youe having the baby it wont hurt as much=
No, usually they do not let you donate if you are pregnant. The place I go, they ask if you a series of 13 questions every time you come in, and if you have been pregnant, you will get deferred.
It is relatively safe. Make sure you don't have any alcohol and if you feel bad lay down.
Well you can but if you get seasick there's no medicine to take for it since you are pregnant. And you can go into labor from week 38.
i shaved mine the whole time i was pregnant until i couldn't bend down anymore. never had a problem. so go for it.
call poison control or go to drugs.com or google the drug
the light from a remote is not harmful as it is not strong enough to go through belly
Yes. Just don't plan on going out in the middle of the ocean when you are near your due date.
No, when a mammal is pregnant it will not go into heat while it is pregnant.