Arce that holidays and pregnancy are not incompatible, you be sure totravel during your pregnancy. A condition of course certain rules.
Most travel mode, the car is to use moderation. If you move away from home, you should know that it is recommended to make more than 300 kilometres per day. With the vibrations and potential bumps in the road, prolonged sitting (located at the rear of the vehicle, it’s better!) is not recommended. Of course, don’t forget to position the seat belt on the bones of the pelvis, and remember to take breaks every two hours. Once the trip is completed, rest!
For l NGOs trips, prefer the train, much more comfortable than the car. You can get up from time to time to stretch your legs and avoid the oedemas and swelling. If you can, sit on the aisle to be able to move freely. And if the trip should last a long time, opt for a night train: you can truly rest in peace. The SNCF offers even a luggage transport from the place of your choice to your destination. More information on the SNCF website.
For a long time, the plane was not recommended for pregnant women. However, it is possible to take under certain conditions. The first: be healthy! The aircraft is prohibited if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, or you risk a premature birth. However, most companies will ask you a medical certificate and you will not ship in the days prior to your term. On the plane, the seats are narrow and uncomfortable, consider wearing support stockings to avoid swelling and move often.
For maximum comfort, you can even slide a pillow or a pull between your belly and the safety belt for not that she shears you abdomen. And don’t forget your moisturizer: the atmosphere on the plane is very dry.
Note that you cannot receive any vaccine before your departure, so choose your destination. ‘Inert’ vaccines (bacterial or viral agents are disabled), like tetanus or diphtheria, are not a problem. But “live” vaccines such as BCG, polio, measles or rubella should be avoided. Still others, such as yellow fever, must be administered preferably after the first trimester of pregnancy: risk of miscarriageis lower because the fetus is more resistant.
Some infectious diseases such as malaria, are also dangerous for you and your baby. Protect you from insects that transmit it, knowing that all repellents do not suit your pregnancy, as well as preventive treatment.
Then, make sure the hygiene conditions: water and the freshness of the food must be your priorities. A turista normally can be benign but can cause significant dehydration during pregnancy.
Do not forget
-Of mineral water, a spray of water, a hat and what protect you from the Sun.
-Your medical records and prescriptions.
-Details of your doctor.
Have A look : the list of countries of the world with recommendations for health and vaccination on the site of the Committee of Medical Information.
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