24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Message by Punith V: I am so much insulting from my mother in law...she comparing with her daughter,she had normal delivery....now my placenta is low lying anterior placenta...that's why you may not have normal delivery like that ...I worried so much ..I unable to concentrate on my baby's growth

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Answer: Hi dear...All women are different and so no 2 pregnancies are different.. Let people around u talk anything..At this point of time just focus on ur little baby and ur health.. Nothing is more important than this. Take care of ur health..n dont take unncessary stress..:)
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