Q:

My wife is pregnant with 3months and 2 weeks. Earlier she had a miscarriage. She wants to travel to her mother's house for a function. The travel is by bus and is of 236kms i.e 5 hours journey. Is it ok to travel at this time? She is also having motion sickness while traveling in bus or car and she keeps on vomiting most of the times during bus or car travelling. For how many months she should avoid traveling?



If traveling sickness is there better to avoid...also please ask your Doctor as she will be advise better knowing the case history...

If train option or flight option is there then fine.

Dear Kavita ma'am how many months should she avoid traveling as she has motion sickness

Should she avoid traveling for entire 9 months? There is no train or flight option. She has to travel only by bus or car. But during travelling she keeps on vomiting all the time due to motion sickness. Will it affect the baby?

I can understand your concern but we cannot entirely separate her from her mother the only thing for caution is about the miscarriage that would have happened if you did a biopsy or tissue culture or if the blood test was done the reason of miscarriage if you know you should always mention what was the reason of miscarriage should avoid travel until and unless it is very urgent because I believe you can take care of her better and only e she should travel after 6 months at all if needed and that too I will advise to travel in train with question or pillows to sit on to prevent jerking and for her back support it is a lot complicated since you had a miscarriage already please do share your reports if you have any and do not forget to tag me Pradeep Pawar


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