38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Now m in 37 weeks but still my baby head is not came down what I have to do

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Answer: Hey there is nothing to worry about that baby can change its possible anytime. Walk daily for 15-20 minutes and try to do squats slowly slowly this will help you 🙂
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