33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m currently 32 weeks pregnant with twin..both my babies are in vertex position...approxiamately which week will be my delivery?Is it going to normal delivery or c-section?

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Answer: Hello! It is difficult to say when you will have the delivery as it is different for every one. However, chances of normal delivery is there. Hence, if there are no complications or doctor has asked to take rest, go for brisk walks and drink plenty of water. Take care
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