Evaluate whether or not you have experienced motion sickness.,
Check if a doctor or nurse will be on board during the cruise.,
Consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to see if the cruise ship has passed the required health and safety inspections before you book your cruise.
Symptoms include balance problems, dizziness, nausea, headache and weakness.
If you don’t normally experience motion sickness you may find yourself able to tolerate the ship’s motion during your trip. However, it may be best to consult your doctor about what kind of motion sickness medication you may take while pregnant.
If you have never been on a cruise before you should forgo planning this kind of trip while pregnant.
, Scheduled port stops should include modern medical facilities in case an emergency situation should arise.
The norovirus infection is especially common on cruise ships and is severely contagious. People get infected with the virus when food, drinks and surfaces become contaminated. The norovirus can cause severe stomach pain and vomiting for up to 2 days.