39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My wife due date is 13th.She is facing severe breathing problems and not even sleepibg for a hour at night. She has no complications but im worried. Could u please suggest some remedies?

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Answer: Hi. I can understand what is wife is going through, cos even I was in the same boat. Whole night I used to have breathing problems and never used to sleep. It is just that as the date is approaching, the anxiety levels jus shoot up and everything jus becomes crazy. There is absolutely nothing to worry, in your next visit jus enquiry about the foetus position. As the foetus drops down, she'll be relieved od her discomfort. Please do ask her to rest nd have a good sleep whenever she feels like. Ask to read any books or listen to calming music, before she goes to sleep. It also helps to have a warm glass of milk before bedtime. Hope it is helpful and all the best for you both.
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