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So I'm about 14 weeks and my mother wants to take me to Hawaii at about 26 weeks. I can barely be in a car let alone a plane for 4 hours! Help??!
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As nice as that is, id deny it if it were me... and try to post pone it after baby, or alot sooner. But after 20 weeks I just wouldnt do it..
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I'm beginning to even dread the idea. Just thinking about it makes me sick
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Yea I would postpone it ! Same thing happened to me we had a little get away vac schedule , to go to Italy I was going to be 25 weeks come back at 27 weeks :-/ I had to postpone it and even tho I kind of regret it because my pregnancy was so calm and relaxing and now I'm thinking about how we might not even be able to go at all there's a baby in the picture now ! We will probably do a cruise or something now with our daughter
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I flew overseas to give birth at 30 weeks and it was fine :) check with your doctor and see what advixe they have to give. It all depends on your vitals etc and babys movement. Also going overseas with your family may be a great way to spend some quality time with them before you give birth and you start having sleepless nights etc
7558356 tn?1410715309
My Husband Is Active Duty Military And We Travel Home To Visit Our Families Twice A Year. Were Going Home In June And I Will Be 6 Months At The Time. My Doctor Said It's Fine To Fly, They Just Don't Recommend It After You Are 7.5 Months Pregnant Because Of Blood Clots, ButYou Should Always Be Aware It Can Happen. Also We Travel Cross Country With MultiplE Connecting Flights And She Said That Was Perfectly Fine.
6628393 tn?1398789276
Id do it but that's me.  
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