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Question: This is my 38th week and the baby has still not taken its position. The head is still not into pelvis. Please help

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Answer: Nothing to worry dear.it will take time. Only after the baby has dropped, the cervix will get dailated and labour pains will start.. otherwise the doctor will get you admitted and induce labour pains.
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