39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.. My due date is 15th July. My baby is in cephalic position, but hasn't dropped down. What should I do? Will I have a normal delivery?

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Answer: hi dear baby can drop or get his head fixed any time before labour pain starts even in many cases it has been noted that to their baby got fixed in pelvic area two hours before labour pain was started so don't worry about it . if you are having normal pregnancy then you should be active as much as possible go for walk.
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    Anonymous759 days ago

    Thank u

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