39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Any tips for normal delivery my due date is 20-feb but no pains at all??

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Answer: Hi.. Dear no one can assure you till the end whether you will have a normal or a cesarean delivery from before hand. However, you can climb stairs and do squats as well, approximately 20 reps in a day. But, I can give a general advice, which is common for all expecting mothers. However, you need to take approval from your gynaecologist, before doing these exercises, because she is aware of your case. All the best..
Answer: Mopping is best excercise and also have 1 hour walk daily.focus on ur diet too.
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