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Congratulations soon-to-be-mom. You are just close to your days of labor. The size of the head makes easy for the baby to come out. The gut of your baby contains the meconium (green sticky material) which will come out in the first poo of your baby after birth. So, now get ready for the upcoming diaper changing sessions and feeding sessions.
You are closing now to the completion of your pregnancy, and may experience following late-pregnancy signs and discomforts:
Exercise and physical activity:
Your baby's head has now stared putting pressure on your pelvis, try some stretches and make your hips relaxed. Pelvic muscle exercises can help you during labor and childbirth as well as after pregnancy to regain your health. Do everything in limit and do not exhaust yourself with any exercise.
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