Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I have completed 40 weeks...but there is no sign of labour pain....Is there any problem??
Answer: Playing the waiting game during the last few weeks of pregnancy is hard, but it becomes especially difficult when 40 weeks turn into 41 or 42. But the first thing to know is this: Your due date is just an estimate. In fact, only 5 percent of babies are born on their due date.
At the 40-week mark, your doctor will become more vigilant about monitoring the overdue baby. "Expect twice-a-week visits if you go past 40 weeks. You doctor would let you know if you are fine or would they want you to get admitted.Untill then, chill..enjoy and get ready for the new member.
Question: M in 40 week and no sign of labour.
Answer: Dear don't worry just wait patiently you body will progress when it is ready why don't you take some pineapple papaya or castor oil that will help to induce labour
Question: Is loose motion sign of starting labour in any way...i am 40 weeks pregnant?
Answer: Loose motion is one of the sign.
Wait for other signs.