35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 36 weeks delivered baby will be admitted in NICU and his lungs will be metured enough to breath himself?

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Answer: Hi dear yes baby will be fine with a proper monitoring. Pteyerm baby do have problem at birth due to immature development of lungs but before c sec doctor do give u injection to keep baby lungs growth well and after keeping in NICU for few weeks ur baby will be fit and fine to breath naturally dear. It's nothing to worry at all.
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