By Pregnancy week 35, Braxton Hicks Contractions will get stronger or more frequent as your body is preparing for delivery.
You are seven months and about three weeks pregnant. The 35th week of pregnancy indicates the last week of your eighth month.
You are now carrying a bag of mixed emotions in your mind. Sometimes confusion, sometimes anxiety, and even nervousness. All these emotions are understandable. As in next month, you are going to deliver your baby. Be prepared for the beautiful journey of motherhood.
In Pregnancy week 35:
The major organs like liver and kidneys are functioning well. Now your baby will be continuing to gain weight in the rest of your pregnancy.
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Every week, you are now supposed to visit your doctor for check-ups and tests. Your proper weight gain is also an important matter to look out for. An average weight gain during pregnancy depends upon the Body Mass Index (BMI). However, your doctor is a correct person to guide you further on this topic.
Now the doctor will be checking up your blood pressure regularly. In case of high BP, he will advise you to take rest as much as you can and to stay calm. High BP can even lead to Preeclampsia. So, for ruling this out he may advise you to go for more tests.
Here are the few symptoms that you can expect during your 35th week of pregnancy:
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.
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Share your feelings with your loved ones. Worried about how you will manage delivery pains? Don’t panic at all. Just have faith in yourself. If all other women on this earth can do this, why can’t you? Think about your good days and good memories. They give you a surge of happy hormones and strength to bear the pain. Think about your baby and feel strong. After this phase, you’ll have your little bundle of joy in your hands.
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