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Reg shifting house while the lady of the house is pregnant

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Going by logic..it all depends if the shifting is done near term then its not advisable becos the new house would need arranging and work and the pregnant lady would strain herself and risk of falling is high when cleaning a house big time.

Then if shifting is done near term the husband and wife would not be fully settled hence if baby arrives soon there might be a bit of stress for the new parents.

Also distance of new house to intended hospital of delivery..all these need to be taken into consideration.

Next is..if the pregnant lady having any risk factors like previous miscarriage..or hypertension during pregnancy..if so best not to add stress by shifting house cos BP can shoot up under stress.

Also new environment to get adjusted too.
If pregnant woman is working...is the new house further away from work than the older house?

If so..then dont shift till well settled after delivery to prevent added stress.

My answers are based on logic and not cultural beliefs.

May be other members can cover the cultural aspects.
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