33 weeks pregnant mother

Question: If i want c-section when it is safe now am 32 weeks...i had stitches . N my first was c-section 10yrs kid

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Answer: Hello! It is considered that by 37 weeks the development of the baby is complete. Hence, delivering the baby at 37 weeks or after that is considered as a full term baby. So it is better that you go for the C-section in 37 weeks or after that. Take care
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