39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 39 weeks pregnant but no sign of labor pain I'm in so much tension what can I do to induce labor and is it normal to not having any signs of labor pain in 39 Weeks

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Answer: Hi it is quite normal these days that there is no sign of labor, i dint get my pain even after 40 weeks. So go for infucing labor by gel and other methods and check baby movement all the time.
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