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Long flight travel may risk in miscarriages?
Dear all,

I have read that travelling when pregnant is basically safe until 2nd trimester.
What about long flight (20+hrs)  on first trimester pregnancy.. is it may risk in miscarriages ?

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1257199 tn?1277774117
My doctor told me, when I asked the same question, that traveling itself does not increase the risk of miscarriage.  You may not feel too wonderful, but you should be safe.
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1308241 tn?1273435406
Thank you , I did not need to worry after all, nevertheless its important to know.
guess what AF came this morning.. it was super duper late ..
I'm soooo dissapointed ..
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I've been wondering the same thing... I'm late with my period (only a few days, but I've had some other possible early preg. symptoms).  I'm due to leave on a work trip in 10 days-- flying to Siberia from California.  One of my flights will be 6 hours long, the other 13.  I've been ttc, but honestly, hadn't really wanted to happen this month...
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1293683 tn?1334022810
if you are late then it should show up as a positive hpt if you are pregnant .. I would do this or get a bt if you really think you might be

I know what it's like when you're ttc but have a lot on .. but the truth is .. if you have been trying and do get your bfp now .. nothing else will matter!  
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