I want to fly my three months old infant on June 27th. What are the precautions to be taken while flying? Should I carry any medications with me?
Welcome to icliniq.com. Usually infants are more vulnerable for flight related issues. They may appear anxious and irritable due to change in height. Main issues are nausea, vomiting and eustachian tube blockage. Precautions to be taken while flying:
By following the above mentioned measures you can travel with your baby without any problems. Wish you a happy and safe journey.
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