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    Smile Nervous, excited and need advice!!

    Hi ladies,

    I'm 4 and a half weeks along with my second pregnancy. I had a miscarriage last November at 5 and a half weeks so am over the top nervous about this one! I live in Perth but am due to fly home to Ireland for a holiday in 3 weeks, hopefully at 7 weeks along, but need some advice on flying? I have to travel but am very nervous as have read so much about it!! Help please

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    No advice sorry but congratulations! I also mc at 5 weeks so I can understand you being so nervous

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    what is it that you would like to know re: flying..? many women do it.. run it by your dr to be reassured. congrats on your pregnancy.

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    Congratulations!

    You should be fine flying 😊 Maybe just see if you can bring snacks to help with any morning sickness? I can't remember what (if any) food you can bring on the plane. Mainly, just try to relax and enjoy a holiday seeing your family!

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    Thanks so much girls, I guess I'm most nervous about the long haul as I keep hearing how you can't fly when you're pregnant? Any truth in this? 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starrysky80 View Post
    Thanks so much girls, I guess I'm most nervous about the long haul as I keep hearing how you can't fly when you're pregnant? Any truth in this? 😀
    It isn't recommended to fly after a certain amount of weeks (maybe 36?). I flew overseas when I was 17 weeks and returned when I was about 19 weeks

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    You can fly but you need permission with your doctor when your almost 36 weeks. In your case to assure your safety ask your doctor about it. Congratulations on your baby. Stay positive and be strong.


 

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