40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: From last two days i m having mild cramps on my back nd abdomen..is it a sign of labour pain..currently i'm 39 weeks 2 days

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Answer: Yes definitely. Be prepared for ur delivery . Because these pain and cramps can severe and convert to labour pain .
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