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2013-01-08
Name: Zoya Can i fly in the plane while i m pregnant? Or will it harm me and my baby? Does flying really cause complications in the pregnancy? Or is it a myth? i need to travel but dont know whether i can or not. Can anyone advise?
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2013-01-08
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Name: Mosumi
Subject:  Flying complications. Myth ?
The kind of radiation you are exposed to during air travel doesnt have much of a penetration in your body. So there are practically very minimal chances of anything happening to you or your baby. But i would surely advice doctor' s consultation while flying during pregnancy.
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2013-01-08
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Name: Kiran
Subject:  Flying complications. Myth ?
Flying in the initial months of pregnancy should be just fine. However, you should always consult your doctor before you do so.Normally , a pregnant healthy woman can easily fly, it doesnt cause any issue, but again it would depend how healthy you are.
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