I don't think plane travels will affect the baby, but a pregnant woman should not stress.
because sleep is necessary for health, without the sleep her baby may not be as healthy
No. Once pregnant, a woman can't get pregnant-er.
The distance is 568 kilometers. It is not advisable for the pregnant lady to travel such a large distance by car. You have to consult the gynecologist. She will decide on individual basis. You can safely travel by train. There is a train to take you there. I just searched on the Google.
No; a woman will not ovulate if she is pregnant.
It depends on the airline and your Dr. Most airlines require a note from your Dr stating that you are healthy enough for travel and that you are not likely too go into labor in a 72 hour window around your flight starting at 26 weeks. Check with your airline and your Dr before booking your flight.
Not at all, all fruits are healthy.
Definitly not. These workouts are so INTENSE that it would be very unsafe for any pregnant woman to do.
They say after thirty five its high risk but I would say that pregnancy is beautiful and who cares how old you are if you want one go for it.
If you are getting enough sleep, it shouldn't matter at all.
There is no set amount that a woman should eat when she is pregnant. She should eat healthy and eat when she is hungry.
No. The only way you can get pregnant is when a penis enters a woman's vagina. The penis will ejaculate, the sperm cell will travel(swim) to the woman's ovarian tubes and that creates a baby
It would be inadvisable to travel as heavily pregnant as 34 weeks. The safest time to travel during pregnancy is the second trimester (12 - 24 weeks). Any woman over 28 weeks pregnant must be carrying a note from a doctor or midwife explaining that the pregnancy is normal and that you are very healthy and fit to fly. It must also have your expected due date stated on it. If you are expecting twins and/or suffer from diabetes, it is inadvisable to travel at any stage of pregnancy.
My wife has 88 in pulse and she is in week 13.