Is it Worth it to Take a Babymoon?

on Jun 29, 2016

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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When you are deciding whether you want to take a babymoon, it is best to lay out all of your options as well as your individual pros and cons. For the most part, if you are up to traveling and can afford a trip, this could be a great decision.

A babymoon is a vacation couples take as a romantic getaway before their baby is born. Some couples say that this vacation is a must-have before they have a baby. However, others aren’t quite as sure that it is the right thing for them to do. Here is some more information that can help you decide whether a babymoon is the trip for you. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Pros

One of the main advantages of a babymoon is that you can spend some quality time with your partner before the baby is born. After the baby is born, your time with them will be decreased significantly, so this allows you to get some final time together.

This could also be a great time for a pregnant woman to get a little rest before the baby comes. Being pregnant is stressful and tiring. With a quick retreat, you can rebuild your strength and get the rest you need to continue your pregnancy.

Cons

Unfortunately, there are some downsides to going on a babymoon. For example, a trip like this could be very expensive. For couples who are having a baby, their finances could not be in the right shape to afford a vacation. Couples who are pregnant are looking to save as much money as they possibly can, so a trip may be out of the question.

Some women may also not feel up to traveling while they are pregnant. During the first trimester, she may be experiencing quite a bit of morning sickness, which could make it difficult to travel. In other trimesters, she could be too tired or be experiencing other symptoms that could keep her from traveling.

When you are deciding whether you want to take a babymoon, it is best to lay out all of your options as well as your individual pros and cons. For the most part, if you are up to traveling and can afford a trip, this could be a great decision. In the end, you could find that going on a trip with your partner is the best way to celebrate your upcoming parenthood.

Before you do commit to a babymoon, you should talk to your doctor about traveling. Some women are not healthy enough to travel while they are pregnant, so this is definitely something you will want to ask about. If you are not able to travel, consider staying overnight at a local hotel or in a nearby town. Being close to your hospital and your doctor may be the best decision.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

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