Travelling is safe during pregnancy, unless you have been diagnosed with any complication. However, be aware of morning sickness, which may aggravate during travel, specially if you have motion sickness too.
Folic acid, Calcium, Iron & Protein are required in higher quantities in pregnant women. Apart from supplements, green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits are also recommended.
Pre-eclampsia is the sudden increase in blood pressure (up to 140/90 mmHg) after the 20th week of your pregnancy. It is a serious complication leading to a complicated pregnancy, eventually causing induction of labor ahead of the due date.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease(PID) is one of the most common gynecological problems in the world. While the exact number cannot be determined due to unreliable diagnosis from clinical signs and symptoms, it is credited for 3 – 10% of all Gynecology related hospital admission in India.