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Question: I m 5 month pregnant but baby ki movement ka pta hi nhi chl rha sahi se. Phle baby ka to pta chl gya tha but eska nhi

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Answer: Mere ultrasound me aya h - note is made of prominent left renal pelvis (RAPD 4.1mm) eska mtlb Kya h plz tell me
Answer: Don't worry ,18 to 24 week tak ke duration m pata chalega. After 24 ,u should consult ur doctor
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