35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: can I travel by train in 37 week of pregnancy..? already i had cervical stiches..here is no one to take care of me.. so I have to go...

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Answer: Yaar pehle Chale jaana tha na.. Don't take risk.. Maid rakh lo. Kisi ko delivery Tk bula lo.. Ek baar Acche se Baby aa Jaaye then go
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    Dipika Khedkar Shirnath782 days ago

    achha .. ty

Answer: never u cant travelling this time
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