35th week of pregnancy

Pregnancy calendar: 35th week of pregnancy

Pregnancy calendar by week. An experienced doctor tells how a child develops in the womb and what changes occur in the pregnant woman’s body. All the most important things about the 35th week of pregnancy

Changes in your body (35th week of pregnancy):

The upcoming birth can be alarming and even frightening, especially when it is the first birth.
You will find tips on how to cope with the fear of the first birth at this link .

At the parent training school, the instructor has to teach you breathe properly to relax during labor. In a nutshell: during a seizure, begin to inhale more slowly and deeply through the nose, and then exhale slowly and deeply through the mouth. Because pain can make you forget and reflexively start breathing quickly, intensively, hastily, dog-like, which can cause hyperventilation (excessive supply of oxygen due to a disturbed breathing rhythm), your spouse or partner should be able to breathe properly himself. Then, during a difficult period for you, you will be able to rely on his advice and only repeat the rhythm of correct breathing after your partner, trust his instructions.

Do not be surprised when you notice a slight decrease in your body weight, this may be caused by a decrease in the amount of fluid in the uterus (amniotic fluid), and you may also not feel like eating because of heartburn. However, drinking the right amount of water is necessary, also take care of vitamins, minerals and fiber, eat fresh and tasty!

How does the baby grow?

The baby grows, gains weight, and therefore the space becomes less and less. On ultrasound, you can see how the baby is curled up in a ball, its movements are limited. Due to the decrease in the amount of amniotic fluid, sometimes you can recognize the outline of the child’s heel or protruding handle. The baby is able to perform the basic movements necessary for survival outside, namely: breathing, sucking, swallowing, reacting to light, sound, taste or touch. The baby’s skin is covered with cheese grease, which protects the baby’s skin from being constantly “in water”. Over time, the lubricant will help the baby move through the birth canal!

Author: Olga Letnyanchyk, doctor

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