Traveling during pregnancy is not dangerous provided you avoid places where there are no medical facilities or where you do not speak the language in case you need to. In the first trimester, the nausea can also throw a spanner in the works.
Traveling over land
Traveling by car, train or bus is safe. For a more comfortable ride, consider the following:
Flying during pregnancy is safe. Check in advance with your airline about their policy regarding pregnant women.
You must be careful during the flight. If you walk to the toilet, hold tight so that you do not fall when sudden turbulence shakes the device.
Choose a seat on the aisle so that it is easier to stretch your legs from time to time. You probably also have to go to the toilet more often.
Large aircraft of the large companies keep the aircraft under pressure so that you (almost) do not suffer from pressure differences. Smaller planes often can not do this. Avoid these planes, or do not fly higher than 7000 feet.
Traveling by sea
Traveling by sea is also safe. Do ask in advance what the policy is with respect to pregnant women. Also ask if there is a sickbay and be prepared for extra nausea in bad weather. There are special bracelets that use acupressure to prevent seasickness (seabands).
Traveling abroad can bring extra risks.
Enjoy your trip!
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