br>I'm not saying the rides caused this (I didn't go on roller coasters, but I did do the log ride which had a drop), but I sure wish I hadn't gone on vacation at. Have you done it before or asked your doctor?. Yes you should be fine my first pregnancy I drinked an was on roller coasters didnt know I was pregnant healthbbaby.
@ecomaha: I actually had a work trip planned to Disney prior to knowing I was pregnant. I found out 2 weeks before so I didn't ride any of the big rides. Each ride is labeled safe or not for expecting mothers. Unfortunatley, it is all the fun ones. I let my husband go on with the fast pass and I just waited for him at the end.
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So, I know that rollercoasters say to avoid if you are pregnant - do I need to stay off them, or is it ok this early in pregnancy?. Okay, not recommending this, but the week before I found out I was pregnant with Dora, I went on the Indiana Jones ride at Disney, then went snowboarding for the first time 2 days ... br>
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Q&A: Can I ride on a roller coaster if I'm pregnant?... disneyland on august 8th about a week before my period was due and I called the dr. to see if it would be ok to still go ( i was hoping i was pregnant) He said it would be fine to go and that people do a lot worse before they know they are pregnant. I went with my 2 boys and my sister. I went on the rides too ...
On the other hand, taking a roller coaster role during the first trimester is probably not likely to cause a miscarriage or abruption. At this stage, the placenta is still developing and is far less likely to be affected by jarring movements. Ultimately, the question is whether the ride is can worth the risk? We know ... br>
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I didn't know I was prego this past summer rode every roller coaster six flags had and found out the day I was pregnant was my miscarriage... more than anything! but is risking your babies health or life really worth a day of fun??? even the tamest roller coasters are dangerous! please think about your baby before yourself!!! br>
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503 Service UnavailableWe had actually gotten season passes right before I found out I was pregnant too. My dr told me that it was ok until I was about half way through the pregnancy. I rode one of the biggest coasters at carowinds around 10 wks. I am almost 19 wks now and wouldnt get on one. I say ask your dr, but the baby is ...
My mom rode the Zippo (old school roller coaster at county fairs) before she knew she was pregnant with me (probably about 6 weeks, she guesses). Obviously, I was just fine, but throughout my childhood I was absolutely terrified of roller coasters and refused to even try the most tame ones. It wasn't until I ... br>
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I have been doing research and I can only find the risks placental abruption for later pregnancy.
Have any of you had experience with this?
Or known someone who has?
I will refrain from going on the super violent rides if necessary.
I asked my midwife about it, and she said yes, it should be fine that early, the baby is super super tiny, uk tennis camp 2018 in a protective sac, in your strong muscular uterus, surrounded by your strong muscular abdominal muscles.
Pretty much, that early 5-6 weeks it'd be hard to do anything bad to your baby.
On that trip I fell on some ice, went snowmobiling, and skiing, and I'm still pregnant and everyone's healthy.
I stuck to the bunny slopes and wore protective gear.
I found that somewhere around the end of our ten day trip when I went skiing, high adrenaline activities scared the fuck out of me I was in the middle of skiing going "wtf am I ride roller coasters before knew pregnant, I wouldn't even drive a car down this!?
I don't know if it was because I was starting to get hormones kicking in or just legitimate fear.
Since it sounds like you're going to be farther along than that, I'd just run it past your dr or nurse call them.
If they give you the ok, I'd suggest riding a couple of the more low key rides first to make sure your hormones don't give you the "this is crazy stupid" fear.
Also if you're feeling morning sickness then, motion like a roller coaster might make it worse.
I've also found motion sickness to make me feel more nauseous.
I definitely plan on asking the OB before we go.
It's good to know that they're so well protected.
This is my first one and I'm kind of paranoid.
The suggestion to ride some of the more mild coasters is a great idea!
I didn't even think of that!
Thank you so much for replying!
I really appreciate it!
I thought I was 6 weeks, but a dating ultrasound later would put me closer to 8 at that time.
I rode every roller coaster in the park.
I'm 33 weeks now with a healthy fetus on his way.
I, too, could only find evidence for danger later in pregnancy and I hate the click at this page of following medical advice with no evidence to back it up.
That's what we call a "wive's tale".
Early on like that, the baby is still down in your pelvis and super protected.
The only problem I had was my sore boobs bouncing, more nausea than normal and visiting every bathroom the park had to offer.
Other than that, I had a great time.
Since I'm not likely to go back to a park like that for some time, I'm sure glad I did it.
For the sake of full disclosure, I did not talk to my OB about this.
I made an informed decision based on the information available to me and the knowledge that I would not be left with guilt over the situation if I later lost the baby.
Have you been ride roller coasters before knew pregnant />The only one coming to mind would be perhaps the Simpsons ride.
It jerks you about a bit.
The coasters they have in both parks are fairly smooth-riding and if you make the choice to do inversions while preggo, I would suggest all of them!
The Harry Potter ride does have some sharp ride roller coasters before knew pregnant and turns but it's still fairly tame considering it's largely marketed towards children.
Also, Ripsaw Falls and Jurassic Park are both smooth water rides with big drops.
I would probably avoid the Bilge-rat Barge rapid ride.
Also, totally unrelated to rides, but DEFINITELY eat at Mythos!
Make a reservation, it is fantastic!
And of course, eat some yummy English fare at the Three Broomsticks.
I hope you enjoy your vacation and seriously, if you have ANY questions about either park, be it rides, food, CityWalk, whatever.
I am SO excited to go!
It will be my first time there.
And if I have any questions, I will definitely PM you.
What kind of food is Mythos?
Be warned, the hours are weird so check on the day you're there.
I don't think it's ever open after 3pm.
It's has lots of things, burgers, chicken fingers, wood fired pizza, steak, sushi.
It's one of the only restaurants in the park that has wait staff.
I think the Hulk is probably the hardest ride in the park because of how it launches.
It probably feels the same as if you were going 50mph in the car and slammed on the brakes.
That combined with the immediate inversion causes my eyesight to dim a little, like I'm loosing the blood in my head.
They have steaks, fish, pasta, sandwiches, salads.
The prices are pretty comparable to most US chain restaurants Fridays, Applebee's, Olive Garden but the food and ambiance is really awesome.
My physician rolled her eyes at me and gave me a dirty look when I asked her about physical activity the week I found out I was pregnant I had a 10 mile race scheduled for that weekend that I didn't feel COMPLETELY prepared for, I was only running 5 at a time in recent months because it was the end of summer and Florida is damn miserable in August I ended up asking my Ride roller coasters before knew pregnant around 16 weeks and she told me my only danger really was from the potential of falling, and at that point my uterus was still so small it's nestled tightly behind my pelvis.
Even if I had fallen before then my pelvic bones would protect it from being squished at all.
Why would she give you a dirty look?
I thought women were supposed to exercise during pregnancy.
And I am sure it's miserable at that time of year.
That's also really good to know my baby being super protected.
She said "are you running 10 miles at a time now?
I would make the same decision if I had to do it again, but I didn't care for how she talked down to me.
You need to be able to speak openly with your doctor.
If she's going to make me ashamed of my questions wouldn't that make me less likely to ask?
That physician has always had terrible bedside manner, I'm considering finding a new one now.
Obviously, I was just fine, but throughout my childhood I was absolutely terrified of roller coasters and refused to even try the most tame ones.
It wasn't until I was about 20 that I finally worked up the nerve to go on one and then thought "oh, this is fun.
Probably not, but it is kind of fun to wonder about.
Not to discourage you!
The moral of the story is that I was totally fine!
My mom did the same thing with me, and I LOVE roller coasters.
This makes me wonder if it will affect my baby's attitude towards roller coasters.
So, I think my fear of roller coasters had TONS more to do with that then anything my mom did during pregnancy.
Funny how I turned out though - as now I live overseas in a 3rd-world country and every day is a new adventure especially during this pregnancy!!
Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All 1 point 2 points 3 what snooker the masters 2018 wiki simply 4 years ago I was, I believe, around 14 weeks when I went to Six Flags.
I probably would have been fine on the smaller coasters, but I chose not to, preferring to be safe than sorry.
Ultimately even if your OB tells you not to, it's still going to be up to you, and I'd ride most of the rides that early, just nothing with extreme G-forces or anything that goes upside down.
Stormageddon, Excellent knight quest gameboy aside! Lord of All 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 here ago Have you seen an obgyn?
Depending on if you have one or not I'd call and ask about anything to avoid when going.
Hopefully you can go on all the rides.
My appointment is on Thursday, and I definitely plan on asking her.
I just want to get some anecdotal evidence as well.
My friend was told not to go to haunted houses or scary.
I exercise regularly, so I often get my heart rate up into the 150s-160s.
I don't know if that's dangerous to the baby, or ride roller coasters before knew pregnant I'm staying low enough to not affect it too much.
I'm assuming roller coasters wouldn't get my heart rate up that much.
Thank you for replying!
I really appreciate it!
You are supposed to continue exercising after you become pregnant, right?
I know I continued kickboxing until I was about 3 months along and that gets your heart rate up!
Exercise is good even though it increases your heart rate.
It might vary based on each woman and her fitness level, but you should be aware of feeling out of breath.
Consider asking your OB about that, too, at your appointment.
Though, definite kudos for still exercising.
I hate not exercising, even though I am exhausted most of the time.
I will definitely talk to the OB on Thursday.
Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 years ago It very much depends on your body.
I was running until about 3-4 months and that got my heart rate up to 180 some days.
It's something I was used to doing so there was no problem - generally that's what your OB will tell you.
The only reason I stopped is because it got cold and my body refused to cooperate any longer.
Sorry I don't have more info on it.
Secondly, rollercoasters jerk you around starting and stopping suddenly, or sharp turnsand the bar is pressing right on you midsection.
Thirdly, it is not like you never get to ride a coaster again - just wait nine months!
Better safe than sorry.
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