31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is weight gain of 18kg a problem for normal delivery

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Answer: Hi, as per my knowledge there is no probkem with that weight gain if you don't have any other medical problem like diabetes/thyroid. Don't take stress, enjoy your this moment because this experience is very precious and do regular exercises so that your body will get prepared for normal delivery. Hope this will help you.
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