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Question: Mera 7th month start hua hai..nd Mera tummy bilkul b show ni krra k I'm 7month pregnant.. kahin bachcha kamzor to nhi???

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Answer: Baby ka weight check karwaiye dear ek baar.. Agar woh normal hai toh koi problem nahi. Aap ek scna karwaiye jisse baby weight aur growth pata chalega. HAr ek woman ka body alag hota hai and isse baby bump bhi slow ya fast grow hota hai.
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