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Jennica Garcia Takes Bus To Go To Kalinga Despite Her Delicate Pregnancy.


When a person is pregnant, the safest time to travel is during her second trimester (18 to 24 weeks), when the risks for miscarriage and preterm labor are lowest. If you have an uncomplicated pregnancy, you are likely to be able to travel during most of your pregnancy. Just be sure to discuss air travel and extended trips with your doctor ahead of time. When traveling, it's also smart to carry a written record of your due date and any medical conditions you have.

January 4, 2018, the Uytingco’s family started their first adventure. Jennica Garcia, her husband Alwyn and their daughter Mori took the bus to go to Kalinga. Jannica Garcia posted this on her Instagram account - “Pamilya Uytingco goes to the Mountain Province! ☺️ 10-11 hours ang byahe namin by bus tungo sa Tabuk. Pagdating namin doon, 4-5 hours naman by jeep paakyat sa Buscalan and lastly 1-2 hours by foot to reach the village. Para sa mga nag-aalala dahil ako ay buntis, maraming salamat po! I was able to see my doctor yesterday and was given a go signal that YES I can travel.

My husband even got me shoes that are meant for hiking para hindi ako madulas. Kakatuwa! Isa lang kasi ang rubber shoes ko at nabutas na yung sole. Naka nga-nga na rin siya pinapasok na ng tubig. Pag maalala ko kunan ng litrato ipapakita ko sainyo. Para sa mga naka-akyat na ng Buscalan o Kalinga, kahit na anong tip o suggestions ay welcome at first time namin doon. Exciting! Please pray that we make it there safely. Ganon na rin sa mga ibang bus na bumabyahe ngayon, saan man ito papunta. The former actress’ fans got worried due to her delicate pregnancy. It can be recalled that last December, she was ordered to have a bed rest because of “threatened abortion,” defined by HealthLine.com as “bleeding that occurs in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.”



Jennica then described, “I’ve been contracting on almost a daily basis… however, I couldn’t experience it.” The 28-year-old mom wrote in her Instagram post that they will be on the road for ten hours before reaching Tabuk City, their first stop. From there, they will take a jeep to Buscalan which will take an additional four to five hours. The family will then have to walk for one to two hours to reach the village where they will be staying. Here is her post regarding their trip! “Magandang umaga! Kuha itong picture na ito kanina mga ala una ng madaling araw. May isa kasing stop over sa 10-11 hours na byahe namin papuntang Tabuk"





"Hindi na ako makababa para kumain kasi magigising si Mori. Kawawa naman at baka mahirapan makabalik ng tulog kaya nagpa take-out na lang ako kay Alwyn. Sayang at walang kanin na pwedeng take out. May lugaw pero bawal take out kaya ang pagpililian ko lang ay hotdog o barbecue. Grabe, nakalimutan ko na, na ang sarap nga pala ng hotdog! Hahahaha! Nakakainis ang sarap talaga. Ang dami ko nakain, naka-tatlo ako. Hindi bale, hindi naman na ako nag grocery ng mga processed at hindi masustansya na pagkain. Minsan lang naman ito." - Jannica





"Gusto ko lang din sabihin na binabasa ko ang comments niyo at dahil medyo marami na, dito ko na lang sasagutin para mas madali. May nanay nag share na 4 months pregnant siya ng umakyat siya dito sa Mountain Province. Salamat nakaka-encourage! May nagsabi rin na pag may makita akong stick na pwede maging tungkod gamitin ko ito para hindi ako mahirapan umakyat. Salamat! May nag correct rin sa akin, magkaiba ang Kalinga sa Mountain Province subalit pareho itong sakop ng Cordillera. Salamat po! Meron rin naman naku swerte ng mga nasa bus makapagpa-picture sila sainyo. - Wala po nakakilala sa amin kahit isa hehehe! May nakapag sabi rin na antayin o puntahan namin si Sleeping Beauty. Hindi ko po naintindihan." - Jannica





"More details on this please and yes, we do have a guide/porter. I texted him a few days ago before booking a ticket at Victory Liner Kamias. Sasabihin ko sainyo ang pangalan niya at contact number pag pauwi na kami. Tingnan ko muna kung okay ba si kuya na guide, kung maalaga ba siya, mahaba ang pasensya, para pag naisip niyo pumunta ng Mountain Province, may go to person na kayo." - Jannica The actress assured her fans that she got the go-signal of her OB-gynecologist and she thanked her fans for their concern.





Just remember if you're planning a jaunt to less-developed regions, see a doctor or nurse practitioner who has travel-medicine expertise about food and water safety precautions, endemic diseases, and requisite vaccinations, to find a travel health specialist near you, go to your OB-gynecologist.








The general rule on vaccinations is that killed virus vaccines, like Hepatitis A or flu shots, are safe during pregnancy, but live virus vaccines, such as yellow fever or tuberculosis, are not. Live vaccines contain small amounts of the weakened virus; killed vaccines are considered safer because the disease-causing viruses in them are inactive. 



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