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Hey Mom-to-be, many congratulations and all the very best for the upcoming glorious days. Anytime now, you can go into the labor and experience painful uterine contractions. These contractions force your grown up baby to come out of your womb. The body of your baby will now come in engage position, with head down and ready to come out of the womb. But in some cases, engagement is challenging e.g. in breech position the feet of the baby is down facing, also in transverse position where the baby is lying sideways. Waiting for the big day to arrive? Spare out some time and massage your perineum with the help of your partner.
You are closing now to the completion of your pregnancy, and may experience following late-pregnancy signs and discomforts:
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