Travel is unlikely to be a problem for a healthy pregnant traveller. However there are some considerations all pregnant women should take into account. This includes trying to avoid non-essential travel to malaria and zika regions, having appropriate travel insurance for you and baby in case they arrive early, and being aware of how you can reduce your risk of thrombosis (blood clots). Some airlines request a support letter from your GP or specialist. In general, travel after 35 weeks gestation is discouraged.
Your GP can discuss your specific travel plans with you.
03 8301 5500 — at Royal Park Medical.