33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 29 weeks pregnant and nearby people say that decrease in food intake will increase baby weight resulting in C-section. Whether it is myth or true if its true wats the reason behind.

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Answer: It's not true. u always eat healthy diet .don't empty your stomach.eat meal in small quantity and frequently
Answer: Hello.. It is a myth. C sec has nothing to do with food intake.
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