Travel Guidelines


Traveling in later pregnancy is usually fine, but keep a few things in mind:

  • Check the regulations on your specific airline before you travel; many have restrictions on flying in pregnancy.
  • DO NOT FLY after 36 weeks.
  • Take a copy of your prenatal medical file along with you (just in case!).
  • Increase your fluids.
  • For every hour of travel (either in a plane or by car), make sure you move or walk around for 5-10 minutes. This will help prevent swelling and blood clots.
  • Also, if you must remain seated, flexing and extending your calf muscles can help decrease the likelihood of blood clots in your legs.
  • Make sure to discuss your travel plans with your provider so he or she can give you more specific guidance tailored to your situation.
Accepted Insurances

May-Grant Obstetrics & Gynecology participates with the following insurances. Please note that office copays are due at the time of service and any co-insurances are the responsibility of the patient. Please check with your carrier or call our office at 717-397-8177 for an updated menu of insurance options.

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January, 2023

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