8. Walk as Much as Possible

If you’re going to be on a longer flight, chances are your plane will be bigger. Get up and walk around as much as possible, so you can eliminate the possibilities of leg cramps, swollen ankles, and blood clots.

If the plane is too small for walking, at least take frequent bathroom trips and be sure to stretch really well when you are standing.

Most doctors will say that it’s not recommended to fly after 35 weeks of pregnancy. Flying during the first trimester might be a bit uncomfortable too, if you have lots of morning sickness or nausea. Have you ever flown during a pregnancy before? What tips can you offer for expectant mothers who plan to travel on a plane? Please share your thoughts!

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