Our expert says:
I would suggest that you do not risk the flight to Durban.
The gestation at which babies can survive varies depending on the facilities available, but generally 28 weeks is taken to be the average time when there is a reasonable chance of survival.
You haven't told me the details as to why you have been told that to have strict bedrest. Has the cervix started to dilate or get thinner, or is the stitch not holding? It would be a guessing game to try to predict what will happen but the only thing you can do is to follow your doctor's advice and call him/her immediately if there is any pain, bleeding.etc.
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