35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 35 weeks pregnant..my BP is 150/90..can I have normal delivery...doctor has given medicine

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Answer: Continue to take medication and yes it possible for a normal delivery..my relative had high bp throughout pregnancy and she had normal delivery.. but in the end it depends on your state during labour...don't worry too much...be it any mode of delivery..all we need is a healthy baby in our arms in the end.. focus on that😊 all the best.
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