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Question: Muje 8th month chal rha hai. Mera tummy 8th month ke hisab se Chota dikhta h. koi problem to nai hai ?

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Answer: agar aapki sabhi reports normal hain to tension ki koi baat nahi hai..isliye dont worry..take proper rest n healthy diet.
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    Neha Sahu595 days ago

    thnx.

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