38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: am 38wk pregnant... stil my baby belly not going down.. am. wish to hav nrml delivery oly... i dnt knw my baby head going down or not.. wat i do fr tat

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Answer: Do walk daily. Try some exercise like butterfly, squatting. Do daily works like pucha lagana, jaddo lagana. If u like my answer plzz helpful pe click karna
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