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There are a few things to consider when choosing a seat on the plane if you’re 33 weeks pregnant. On a long-haul flight, you’re going to want to choose a seat that allows you to stretch out and get comfortable. If the seat in front of you has a footrest, that’s going to be a bonus. You might also want to choose a window seat to lean against the wall and relax.

If you’re flying on a smaller plane, choosing a seat near the front is a good idea so you can get off the plane quickly when you land. And if you’re flying solo, you might want to consider choosing a seat in the aisle so you can easily get up to use the restroom.

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Whichever seat you choose, make sure you get up and move around as much as possible during the flight to keep your blood flowing. And drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Flying can be a tough experience when you’re pregnant, but with a little planning, you can make it a little bit easier on yourself.