39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 39+ weeks pregnant and no labor pain till now. Any suggestions please?

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Answer: Hello.....walk daily for atleast 15-20 min and do squats slowly slowly daily this will surely help you..... happy pushing 🙂
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    X Y204 days ago

    Thanks shalu :)

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