By Pregnancy week 33, your baby’s bones have become stronger/harden as you have taken good intake of calcium-rich diet.
You are 7 months and about one week pregnant. At this stage, the top of your uterus is approximately 5 inches above your belly button. You are just few weeks away from welcoming your baby in your arms. You may be feeling excited and nervous too. Excited for meeting your baby and nervous due to labor/delivery pain blues!
In Pregnancy week 33:
The baby is growing rapidly and getting ready for the outside world.
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You can experience few of the following symptoms:
Note: Talk to your doctor immediately if you notice any unusual symptom or condition like vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain, pressure in your pelvis, mucus-like discharge, duration of Braxton Hicks Contractions getting longer and painful or you are contracting regularly, water discharge (if you are having a constant flow that’s more like water than discharge, your water might have broken) etc. as these can be the signs of Preterm labor.
|If you are carrying twins, at this week you may be at a higher risk of Preterm labor. Do keep a check on your contractions.|
At this stage, you must be feeling tired and exhausted and may be counting the days left for the delivery. But have patience, very soon you will be with your little one. During this time, you need to be extra attentive and cautious in your every move.
Have a look at the following tips to make your 8th month of pregnancy a safer one:
|Pack your hospital bag to avoid last minute tension. You never know when your baby will arrive! Happiness is on the way 🙂|
There are many books available that can guide you preparing yourself for a normal delivery. Many online classes are providing mothers the necessary information about the birthing process without scaring them. So, educate yourself.
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