35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: How to avoid preterm labor?

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Answer: Keep the diabetes in control. And also your weight.eat healthy food. Don't be stressed.don't do vigorous exercise.sleep left sided.
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Answer: Dear It is totally safe to travel in pregnancy as long as u are having no medical complications. If u are enjoying healthy pregnancy then travelling is safe. It will not affect ur baby because more walking and more movement in pregnancy leads to healthy baby. More movement in pregnancy also will help u to have safe and normal delivery. Just carry all the necessary items while travelling in pregnancy
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