37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Its my 38 weeks of pregnancy i dont have sleeping at those three weeks its any problem

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Answer: Hi Dear! I can completely understand your problem of sleeplesness its normal at this time, due to heavyness its difficult to sleep to turn to walk, but do be sleep deprived fr too long, you need rest hence if you cant sleep at night try to make it up in day time, I cud nt sleep due the same issues and baby movements at night from 7 months but i used to sleep in day tht helped a lot. Hope this helps you too.. Good luck!
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