38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Will eating desi ghee in 9th month lead to normal delivery?

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Answer: hi it is said that warm ghee very helpful in inducing labour pains and it is very beneficial you can try eating warm ghee it will definitely help you
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Question: Is it true that eating lots of ghee in the 9th month will ease normal delivery?
Answer: hi dear I have a heart this that eating ghee helps but then I am not sure that if much was the only can help you to deliver the baby normal and easy and how it helps but I have also heard that walking and stimulating nipple helps in bringing labour and they are safe to sincerely external and nothing needs to be consumed you can try that and I hope this will help you!
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Question: Why should we eat desi ghee in 9th month?
Answer: Hi.. It is believed to induce labor, it is our elders myth.. But the fact is, no one can assure you till the end whether you will have a normal or a cesarean delivery from before hand. However, you can climb stairs and do squats as well, approximately 20 reps in a day. But, I can give a general advice, which is common for all expecting mothers. However, you need to take approval from your gynaecologist, before doing these exercises, because she aware of your case.
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Question: mera 9th month running hai... to kya normal delivery ke liye milk me desi ghee mix karke peena sahi hai....?
Answer: Hi! Isse normal delivery ki koi guarantee nahi hoti. Ghee is extra calories, so if your body needs more calories besides the food you are eating you can have it. As you may know there are no fixed steps for Normal Delivery. There are a few things you can do, first of all do not stress, the stress can pass on to your baby. Practice long and deep breaths, controlled breathing really helps. Make sure you eat healthy and on time. Exercise regularly as recommended by your Doctor. You can also take childbirth education classes, that helped me to a certain extent during my delivery.
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