Pregnancy safe rides at six flags
I dont want to sound overly crass, but if kids or adults cant handle some waiting in line then maybe a theme park visit isnt for them. I've seen so much abuse of this practice it's enough to make your head spin. I've seen women who are not even showing yet acting like they are on their last legs..The stress could bring on a seizure for my daughter," [the mother] said. At my local SF park I seen people abusing the system on every visit so anything that cuts down on people scamming to get on rides sooner is a very good policy."The things that are reasonable to us make no sense to them.Now only if disney parks would not let people abuse there system to skip ahead in line.(Think Fast Pass/Flash Pass/Universal Express, etc....)The upside is that guests with disabilities still don't have to wait in a queue, which might not be wheelchair accessible.I'm pregnant again and have gone to a couple amusement parks and ridden non-violent rides. It is not a chance that I would take personally, but you could certainly ask a doctor that question and get a more direct answer probably.Anything more than five or 10 minutes can be a screaming meltdown for my kids.""I knew we couldn't go through this on every ride.It is not a chance that I would take personally, but you could certainly ask a doctor that question and get a more direct answer probably.The downside, for them, is that they lose immediate access to rides.I didn't show much and went on almost all the rides.Use good judgement, if the ride is extremely violent, shakes you around, I'd stay off. Answer I went to Universal Studios when I was 8 months pregnant.But that didn't make sense to her daughter, [the mother] said.I'm pregnant again and have gone to a couple amusement parks and ridden non-violent rides.
Then there are the older folks (of which I am one) and the people that should walk to get exercise to help get rid of a "few extra pounds"...I could go on for hours here.. lets hope some of the other parks pick up the ball!!What is unclear is whether the return time will be equal to the current wait time for the ride, or for a later time during the day. An article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram quotes a mother of two autistic kids about the policy: She said they went to a ride, booked a time to return and then left.Use good judgement, if the ride is extremely violent, shakes you around, I'd stay off. I asked my doctor ahead of time and she said most of the caution is because the rides that make you cautious.Ive just seen way too many people abuse these systems and then later laugh about it among themselves as they exit rides or walk in the parks. Another practice that really grinds me are pregnant women.... maybe they should wait until after the baby if they can't tolerate the event or just take it a little slower.
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