40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: By today, have completed 9 months fully still didn't get any symptoms to get labour what should i do

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Answer: Hi dear firstly make sure u r monitoring ur baby movement. Also baby can take birth even till 42 week so don't worry much. Do visit ur doctor if needed. Eat pine apple pApaya and castor oil if ur allows for the same. Stay calm and relaxed.
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