Friday, August 16, 2013

When the baby can fly?

Assuming that the mother and baby health, baby can get on the plane when they reach two weeks of life.
In special circumstances, you can fly before, but deacons there is an urgent need, it is better to postpone the flight.
There are a few things you should consider carefully when you choose to expose your baby airplane flight.

The full board baby is in contact with a large number of people exposed to potential infections. Colds and flu are easily spread in a closed cab, and viruses are more dangerous for the baby two weeks but the baby of a few months. Breastfeed your baby. Breastfeeding will get natural defense matter, or the antibodies that would protect against many infections.

Secondly, it is known that babies are unpredictable first few weeks, irregular sleep, eat and cry. This can certainly be arranged, but it can be exhausting for Mom and Dad hit the road before the baby is "cool down". Some babies are unpredictable first weeks, and some only the third month! Every baby is a different story.

Thirdly, the mother should be healthy and recovered from childbirth. The women, after giving birth at a higher risk of developing thrombosis in the leg veins, and prolonged sitting on the plane only increases customer of this. If you anyway  need to travel so early, be sure to bring an extra pair of socks, drink plenty of fluids and you get up to walk a little and stretched legs.

If there were problems during delivery, then the flight must be postponed until the doctor says otherwise.Preterm infants and those born with breathing problems and problems with eating fall into this group.

One-hour and two-hour flights are not as problematic as six or seven hours , transcontinental and overseas. However, before you make any decisions, consult a physician.

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