35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today i have complete my 35weeks

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Answer: Congratulations..... Keep urself calm and positive mind..... Nd kindly consult ur doctor for further scaning or ur exact due date
Answer: Congratulations dear. You are going to receive good news very soon. So all the best in advance.
Answer: Congrats n all the bst. Tc of ur self n baby
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