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2 weeks pregnant , safe to visit fair

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Im about 2 weeks pregnant and theres the local town fair me and my boyfriend would like to attend there arent any big rides, just little ones. Im not sure if your familiar with the CLE ( canadian lakehead exhibition) but thats what it is. Its kinda small, and has smaller rides no rollar costers. Ijust wants to know if it is safe at such an early time in the pregnancy to go on the rides!

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replied August 5th, 2010
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A14978
Hi! Many thanks for your question on eHealth forum!

If this is your first pregnancy, then give baby time to settle down. It would be wise not to involve yourself into any activity that is strenuous, jerky, causes too much movement of body etc. I would suggest you avoid them.

However, if you are really keen, first consult your gynecologist and then go ahead if you get the green signal. Hope this helps. Take care!

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