This is good question for a medical doctor. Normaly it is safe,but if you have some other medical problems you may not be aware of, this could propose a problem. Better to be safe than sorry. Yes, you have to be very gentle with your baby, its easy to forget that there is a fully formed human being in there. Your baby could get physically injured and you could even loose your baby. It could also cause placental abruption.
It is never ultimately safe to ride roller coasters, especially when you have another human being in your stomach. Relax for those 9 months and don't do anything that's even slightly risky.
I'm not sure I've never tried... maybe you could try and then tell me
no, cats can't ride roller coasters
No, that's why they have dozens of posted signs saying "Do not ride if you are pregnant"
on average ... 6 weeks
Sure! You can also ride Roller Coasters too!
if you mean labor, dont ride a rollercoaster if you are pregnant
It's possible. It's not recommended that you ride roller coasters while pregnant. All the physical instability from a roller coaster could potentiomally damage the fetus.
Roller coasters have a couple requirements in order for you to be able to ride and be safe. Some people do not meet these requirements and are not allowed to ride. Most roller coasters have a minimum height that you have to be in order to ride. You also should be in good health (no heart problems or any serious medical issues) in order to ride. Also if you are pregnant you should not ride on a roller coaster.
Roller coasters move throughout a ride by being pulled or pushed along by a cable or pole.
the answer is DON'T ride roller coasters while pregnant.. NOT the smartest thikng to do at all.
Roller Coasters. roller coasters are affected by rolling friction (hence roller) not sliding
Roller Coasters are very tall and fast. To ride on them, it is both invigorating and mind-boggling.
For thrill and fun
Roller coasters are made from wood to metal depending on the ride.
Not necessarily. There is usually a height limit for roller coasters.
Cause they don't have guts.
yes you may ride a roller coaster with acid reflux.
It is not safe to ride rollercoasters if you have diabetes. It will increase your blood pressure.
Im confused, age or height?
Negative G-Forces create that sensation, and you need to ride more coasters to get used to it.
If there is a chance you will get bumped around and possible hit your tummy area, then no it isn't safe.AnswerBefore one month you probably won't even know you are pregnant so it is quite safe. If you did ride one and happen to miscarry it will have absolutely nothing to do with riding the roller coaster.Banging your tummy has nothing to do with it as the baby is not even out of the pelvis until 12 weeks along.AnswerMost roller coasters and amusement park rides have signs that state " Do not ride this ride if you are pregnant" Along with several other warnings. I would say NO it is not safe to ride these rides.