(Closed) rollercoasters and (very early) pregnancy

posted 8 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 3
584 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I would say u can go on them, because do u really know if you would be pregg no…. so what would the harm be

Post # 4
3367 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

I road rollercoasters before I knew I was pregnant and I didn’t have unusual nausea, but every pregnancy is unique.  I didn’t suffer from much morning sickness at all, but what I remember of it was around the 6-8 week mark.

Post # 5
1766 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

When you say 2 weeks pregnant, do you mean 2 weeks after conception?  Pregnancy is usually counted from the first day of your last period, unless otherwise dated by an ultrasound.

So lets say you are 4 weeks pregnant when you go to Six Flags. It would be unlikely, but not impossible, to feel nauseous then. Morning sickness often hits around 6 weeks.  I don’t know if rollercoasters would make MS worse. I was on a ferry when my MS was pretty bad, and I actually felt pretty good while at sea.  Whereas thinking about grilled chicken breast makes my stomach revolt.

Post # 6
570 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

I didn’t feel nausea until about 6 weeks into my pregnancy, if that helps you a bit!  Motion didn’t make me feel sick, brushing my teeth did (as did cooked vegetables, eggs and most other food for that matter).  🙂

Post # 7
772 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

Most of the roller coasters will have warnings that expectant mothers should not ride.  It seems pretty early to impact things, but it could interfere with implantation if your body treats it as stress.  Why not just enjoy your honey moon and start trying when you get back? 

Of course, I’m sure tons of women who don’t know they are pregnant ride.

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