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Question: Get tips for normal delivery

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Answer: Hi dear, For normal delivery first of all your scans and blood reports need to be normal.there should be no complications related to: 1- placental position 2-amniotic fluid index 3- blood pressure 4- gestational diabetes 5- cord around baby neck 6- baby position Baby should be in cephalic presentation,that is head down during delivery. Try to be active throughout,I know it is difficult at this stage but trust me it does help in labor,and making your body flexible.
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    Laxmi Mandla62 days ago

    First baby i get normal delivery but second will aslo get normal delivery

Answer: Hello dear. Here are a few tips of normal delivery Take childbirth education classes Convey your desire of having a normal birth Keep a healthy diet Exercise regularly Let the baby choose the due date Sleep adequately. All the best.
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