How Is The Relationship Between Getting Pregnant And Taking Public Transportation?
, my name is wulan. Age 24 years. I was young. Approximately 1 month 12 days now. I was told my friend if just getting pregnant is not recommended to take the train because it can cause prone to miscarriage. But even if the bus is okay Even then, it is permissible if the age of the womb is approximately 4 months. My friend said that if the doctor said. Explanation please. The thing is I need to travel by train shortly at the age of the womb more or less still 2 months. Hopefully the sentence is easy to understand. Thank you HealthReplies.com
Hello Mrs. Sari! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Congratulations on your pregnancy!
Traveling long distances by train or bus to pregnant women is relatively safe during pregnancy which also occurs within normal and healthy limits. To find this out, you need to be examined first by an obstetrician. My friend's friend who told the story might have been told so after being examined by a doctor. The doctor will suggest the use of certain transportation after conducting a direct inspection. It is true, the safest time to travel long distances is in the second trimester or after the fourth month. In the first months, usually pregnant women still experience nausea, vomiting due to pregnancy and more easily experience fatigue. In addition, pregnant women in the first trimester are also still prone to miscarriage. Therefore, you should see an obstetrician before making the trip. Tell the doctor where you are going and what transportation. If you are declared safe to use the train, you can use the train. Immediately call the officer on the train if bleeding or severe pain in the stomach. For a more comfortable trip, use comfortable cotton clothing during the trip. Bring extra pillows and snacks. Ask for a note from the doctor to take with you during your trip.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.