37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today doctor told baby weight is not increased as per the last week check up so we want to inject a pain injection for delivery os there any critical situation

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Answer: Dear you are 37 week so baby is mature and can be delivered without any complications. So dont worry but yes do ask your doctor if the is any serious issue . Otherwise just relax baby is fine...
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