33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Being 32 weeks pregnant mother how can i increase fetal weight ?as my because i have gained enough weight and according to my recent sonograph baby growth is 2 weeks behind.I am little worried baby weight.Pls suggest

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Answer: Hi dear, It is fine to have few weeks growth lag .as long as you grow full term and deliver.final trimester your baby could pick up the growth,so donot worry.theres nothing much that you could do.just maintain your diet well.since your weight is fine,but baby weight is less.it could be gen tic issue.only time would decide.
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