40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Dr has given me edd as 10th March , 2weeks back felt some pain but after that there is no pain , is this a normal

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Answer: Hello! Absolutely normal... Nothing to worry. Sometimes you can have false labor also which prepares your body's for the upco labor
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    zeenath fouzia1053 days ago

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