What to consider when traveling during pregnancy a talk by Dr Desislava, Lead Fetal Medicine Expert at IVI Clinic
Traveling while pregnant can be precarious for certain ladies. While most ladies travel effortlessly, there are sure precautionary measures which ought to be taken in any case to guarantee the health and safety of the mother and the baby.
"Normally, a few ladies need to know when the best and safest time to go on a trip is. For instance, many approach on the off chance that it is alright for them to fly at an early stage or a later stage of their pregnancy. Numerous conditions ought to be considered while choosing; it generally relies upon the general health status of both the mother and the baby. In this way, we suggest that they illuminate their primary care physicians first to know about the pregnancy condition and if there are any dangers at all," said Dr Desislava Markova, Lead - IVI Fetal Medicine Clinic, Abu Dhabi.
For example, Dr. Desislava clarified that it is regularly ok for the individuals who are hoping to go out traveling during the primary trimester, however additional consideration ought to be taken as the probability of premature delivery during this stage is very high.
As indicated by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, a hopeful mother can securely go until week 36 as long as both, the mother and her offspring are healthy. It is prescribed to go in the pregnancy (from week 14 to week 28).
Moreover, pregnant ladies are encouraged to pursue some do's and don'ts while traveling, including remaining hydrated, if conceivable, extending and moving around. pressure elastic stockings/socks ought to be worn to counteract Deep venous thrombosis.
"Ladies need to deliberately design everything before setting out traveling, particularly if the lady is at the last phase of her pregnancy. Around this time, it very well may be troublesome and awkward for them to go for extended of time. Likewise, in the event that they are going via plane, some airline organizations have strategies with respect to going during pregnancy. It is in every case better to consider every contingency to keep away from any incident or inconvenience," Dr. Desislava closed.
Dr. Desislava Markova is the Lead Fetal Medicine IVI Fetal Medical Center with a Fetal Medicine Diploma, GMC. She qualified as a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynecology and was an Assistant Professor at Higher Medical University, Bulgaria. She has prepared under the aegis of Professor Kypros Nicolaides and rehearsed Fetal Medicine at the King's College Hospital, London and was granted the Fetal Medicine Foundation Diploma in Fetal Medicine. She has broad involvement with the prenatal screening and analysis.