37 weeks pregnant mother

I have gestational diabetes, I'm taking insulin daily. My sugar level are in normal. Doctor suggested me to take insulin till my delivery. Is there are chances of normal delivery? My baby weight is 2.8 kg, not in breech position, no cord around the neck. Pls reply. Thanks

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Hllo dear u r 37 weeks pregnant nd have gestational diabetis too .dear if ur sugar level 'll be normal at delivery time there s chances of normal delivery .Actually Normal delvry depends on the condition of pregnancy. ..if there s  no complication such as  babys position .cervix size ..babys  heart beat ..then normal delvry ll be...so u should try these remedies.. Go 4 a walk daily for 15 to 30 min.daily  twice a day.. Take healthy diet..as fresh fruits gren veg paneer cheese butter...Dont take stress otherwise Bp ll high .nd it s diificult to go 4 normal delvery..Go 4 yoga .. as alom vilom ,suryanamshkar, cat pose ,tree pose, triangle pose , butterfly pose ..u can do bith ball exercise...Birthball s a simply exercise ball..it used get relief for pelvic pressure .it help u to prepare 4 labour.. Do all house hold work..
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