39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi friends... I am 39 weeks pregnant and edd is 12th March. My baby is in cephalic position but head is not yet fixed. Also i dont have any signs of labour. Since it is my first pregnancy i am really worried. Could you please suggest is there any problem. Please reply me..

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Answer: Baby head fixes position at different times for different women. For some it happens just before labor. There is nothing to worry about as such.Trying walks if your doctor permits them. It might help
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    Kavya N833 days ago

    Thank you

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    Melissa Henriques833 days ago

    My baby head fixed position at 34weeks and so I have been advised complete bed rest to avoid pre term delivery.

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    Kavya N833 days ago

    Oh is it... Everyone has a different problem. Hope everything will be fine. One more if i don't have pains even after completing 40 weeks will doctor induce labour or will ask for c-section

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