18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello mai kl 4 5 bar sidhiyan chadi ti or so bar to jldi jldi me chadi ti us se koi problem to nhi hua hoga n baby ko

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Answer: no as such..but avoid taking so much of stairs..if it's a healthy pregnancy then dnt worry ..baby will be absolutely fine
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    Sweta Singh586 days ago

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