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Travel and pregnancy

With the proper precautions, and armed with information on when to travel, vaccinations and insurance, most women can travel safely well into their pregnancy.

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Travelling with Children

When you consider all factors involved, the thought of travelling with children can seem overwhelming! Try not to worry too much as it is a fun, rewarding bonding experience.

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Travel health | Australian Government Department of Health

It’s important to protect your health when you’re travelling, especially outside of Australia. With good planning you can avoid diseases and other health conditions. Find out what we’re doing to help Australians stay healthy when they travel.

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Travelling with kids: sleep routines | Raising Children Network

Travel with kids sometimes means adjusting their sleep routines. Here are ideas for making changes in sleep routines easier for your children.

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Pregnancy and travel - Better Health Channel

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Travel vaccinations - MyDr.com.au

Travel immunisations are important in pre-trip planning to certain countries. Vaccinations that travellers may need include tetanus and diphtheria, hepatitis A and B, and typhoid vaccinations.

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RANZCOG - Travelling during Pregnancy

Many women will travel during pregnancy for work, recreation and visiting friends and relatives. In general, the second trimester is the safest and most comfortable time to travel.

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Diabetes travel checklist | Diabetes NSW & ACT

Following Diabetes NSW & ACT travel checklist will help prepare for your travel, manage your diabetes and enjoy your holidays. Learn more

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Travel immunisation - Better Health Channel

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Travellers' diarrhoea - MyDr.com.au

Contaminated food and drink are the major sources of travellers' diarrhoea. High-risk regions for an attack include the majority of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Mexico, Central and South America.

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