What Rides Can Pregnant Women Ride while they are in disney cause my fiancee is coming down in june with my family and shes worried that shes not going to be able to do anything.
- Asked by James from NY on 3/18/2009
Hi, James! I think the list of things she can't do is much shorter than the list of things she can do! She won't be able to ride the "thrill" rides, or things that are bumpy or have a sudden drop. That leaves out the Mountains, the safari ride at... read more
I will be 5 months pregnant when i visit. This may sound terrible, but i am the least "worry wart" pregnant person ever. If a ride "restricts" a pregnant woman from riding, is it merely a suggestion, or will they actually withhold me
- Asked by Tanya from TX on 5/2/2008
The cast members will not withhold you from a ride.The powers that be at WDW err on the side of caution with the warning signs. Some rides that have warning signs have just a few bumps along the way (Test Track, Kilimanjaro Safari). Others... read more
Do you have any special accomodations for a mother with cancer who wishes to take her 2 small sons to Disney to share some fun time with them. She tires easily, and although her Mom will be traveling with them, I was concerned about the long lines. Thank
- Asked by Judy from MI on 1/15/2008
I am a cancer survivor, I hate to say a survivor, as I have overcome for today, but tomorrow may be a different story so I live in today. I hear your plea, and there is some hope. I had actually contacted Disney prior to my arrival... read more
Last year we visited Disney but did not stay on site. Our 2yr old got very sick and we spent the most of our trip in the room. We are returning in Sept. and staying at AKL. Are there any Dr. at the resort or at Disney we could use if it happens agains?
- Asked by Leslie from SC on 5/30/2008
With so many children (and adults) at WDW every day, some of them are bound to get sick. On our very first trip to WDW with our oldest daughter, she started running a fever and complaining of ear pain. Uh oh. Based on the advice of our the advice of... read more
Since Disney Parks are so large, we depend on cell phones at times to connect with each other. However, I always wonder what happens if you lose your child? Does the child go willingly with a cast member to a "Lost Child" area? Any tips?
- Asked by Judith from NY on 1/23/2008
Hi, we have lost a child in Magic Kingdom, and it was very scary. We also have cell phones for everyone over the age of 10 who has one in their pocket, however we were getting off of one attraction in Tomorrowland and moving to another, when... read more