39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I feel severe cramps and low back pain . Doctor told me mouth was not open but every day i suffered a lot. My due date was 17th april i really got scared and i have a thought to go for C section because I can't bare this pain. please suggest me some ideas

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Answer: Have patience this pain less than the pain that occur after c section .... Whole life pain in body...This pain for some time but after c section pain will be in whole body through out life
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