36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: In my 35 weeks my baby weight is 2900grams is it ok

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Answer: Dear, baby weight is more should be only 2.4 kg, more weight can be create a problem in vaginal birth. If labour time, baby weight would be more than 3.5 kg, then normal delivery not possible.
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