Your Pregnancy Week 35

35 Week Pregnant: Pregnancy Calendar

During pregnancy, you will feel anxious and worried about what will happen to you and your baby in these 9 months. Every week of pregnancy bring new bodily changes and we are here to provide you details of 35 week pregnant and you can get a lot of information about what to expect in every week of pregnancy. Here is a guide to your pregnancy journey.

Baby Development in Week 35 

As due dates are near so baby is progressing at a remarkable rate. Baby is gaining almost half a pound every week. Baby might be close to birth length and is almost 18inches from head to toe. Uterus has become crowded now and baby kicks might be shifted to to punches, rolls and wiggles. Brain is still developing. Baby’s head will move downward as it is ideal position for delivery. As baby is occupying more and more space in your body so amniotic fluid is naturally decreasing as well.

Diet

You can follow some diet tips in third trimester such as:

  • Never skip a meal. Eat smaller meals but frequently and from time to time.
  • Eat a balanced and diet full of nutrition.
  • Stay hydrated and drink water and juices to avoid constipation and dehydration.

Exercises

The women who stay active in pregnancy give benefits to their child as well. A study found that toddlers of moms who used to exercise daily in pregnancy showed signs that their hearts pumped blood more efficiently than hearts of those babies whose moms were less active during pregnancy. But make sure that whatever exercise routine you choose should not make you feel exhausted and tired.

Precautions

  • Follow the tips to stay safe in second trimester of your pregnancy:
  • Stays hydrated and drink lots of water.
  • It is good for you to adjust your exercise routine. Some women in 2nd trimester may suffer from problem of congestion but it’s good to keep a check on medications that you are taking to relieve from such problems.
  • Do not miss your antenatal appointments.
  • Your doctor will suggest you genetic testing in order to check that where your baby is at risk.

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