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Hi. I have gone through IVF treatment and conceived with twins.Later I lost one at 10 weeks gestation. But the empty sac remained. Now I am 18weeks pregnant. I found reddish brown blood 2 days back. When I asked with doctor she told me its because of that empty sac. I need to travel this week. Is it suggested?
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Hi good evening Thnxs for your question Congratulations for ur pregnancy. U conceived with help of IVF so u should follow ur Gynecologist advise. That will be better for good outcome. After all everyone expect healthy mother and healthy baby Thnxs Don't worry be happy
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Hi there I understand your concern and anxiety... Traveling is not adviced in first trimester as it will be stressful and since the baby is small it can't handle that amount of stress....We do not advocate travel during the first three or the last three months. During the last three months there is a risk of preterm labour especially if travel associated with jerky movements...Consult your gynaecologist and proceed further.
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