39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: is normal delivery possible with fetal weight of 3.5kg

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Answer: Hello dear, normal delivery depends on your cervix opening. When labour pain starts its own and continue, and your cervix open in enough wide range. You can hope for normal delivery. Good luck and take care urself...
Answer: Hie yes ofcourse normal delivery is possible Normal delivery can be carried out easily for fetal weight up to 4 kgs Don't worry stay calm
Answer: Hello dear... do not worry.. it is absolutely possible. Stay calm and relaxed All the best
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