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The fourth 10 weeks of pregnancy

The fourth 10 weeks of pregnancy



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WEEK 30
It's not always dark here.

Thin hairs that cover your baby's skin, called lanugo, are slowly beginning to disappear, while their hands and toenails slowly grow. Bone marrow inherited blood cell production entirely from the liver. On the other hand, the baby begins to become aware of its surroundings. Although the inside of the uterus is generally considered to be pitch dark, it may be light or dark depending on the environment in which the expectant mother lives and the baby can distinguish it. In the infants, the testes are about to complete the descent process. The baby's pain reached two-thirds of the birth weight. During these weeks, the expectant mother starts to get bored with pregnancy. Inability to sleep and stomach burns are common problems. From time to time you may feel a pain or contraction in your groin. These are small and insignificant contractions in which the uterus provides tension and is called Braxton Hicks contractions.

WEEK 31
More calcium

Your baby's brain continues to mature rapidly. Another rapidly developing part is the baby's bones. Therefore, your baby needs more calcium than usual during these weeks. Therefore, milk and dairy products should be consumed in abundance and if your doctor considers it necessary, you should use calcium remedies. Your baby's pupil has already begun to open and close by reacting to light. Growing baby and uterus can cause chest tightness and chest pain may occur. Since the ratio between the infant and the liquid swimming in it deteriorates in favor of the infant, the remaining area is narrowed. So you can feel your baby's movements more. Even small movements that you have not noticed before may disturb you.

WEEK 32
Residual color pink

As the subcutaneous fat tissue continues to develop, your baby's color begins to turn from red to pink. This week you may notice that your baby's movements increase. The baby's movements are indicative of goodness, so it is useful to learn to count the movements. At this time, the baby's nails were fully developed and even to the fingertips, the baby's growth rate decreased. After this week, your doctor may want to see you every 2 weeks. This also means that birth is approaching. You should learn and monitor the symptoms of preterm birth. Gradually, you can reduce digestive problems by consuming high-fiber foods and drinking plenty of fluids. Cramps in the legs are very common and may be a sign of your calcium needs. Being near the end of your pregnancy does not require you to stop taking vitamins. You should use these vitamins until birth.

WEEK 33
Colorful dreams

As you get closer to the last weeks, billions of nerve cells, called neurons, that are formed in your baby's brain, help him learn about his inner life. Your baby can hear, feel and see. During these weeks your baby's head diameter starts to grow faster than before. Your baby's pupils have the ability to shrink in light and grow in the dark, just like yours. This way, your baby can see blurry. Like newborns, your baby spends most of his time sleeping. Even as in adults, he falls asleep and can have rapid eye movements (REM) in his eyes. REM sleep in adults represents moments of dreaming. We don't know if your baby is dreaming or not, but it's nice to even imagine that he's dreaming. Your baby's lungs are almost complete development and maturation. Subcutaneous adipose tissue, which serves to protect and maintain body temperature after birth, continues to thicken. Babies gain weight quickly in the late stages of pregnancy. Your baby now slowly takes the birth position. If the head is up, you probably have a caesarean section due to breech presentation. As you approach the end, you may notice that you gain weight faster. Mild edema in the hands and feet is normal, but if you have severe headaches, if you see flashing lights or spots, if there is a sudden increase in swelling, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, you should be careful about preeclampsia and you should see your doctor immediately. If your baby is very large, or if you are expecting twins or triplets, your appetite may be reduced due to excessive stomach swelling and a feeling of pressure and discomfort in your stomach. You can distinguish between knee and elbow strikes. Don't be alarmed when you feel the baby jumping from time to time. This is your baby's sobbing and is completely normal.

WEEK 34
Ohh my lungs feasted

Your baby's lungs probably have a substance called surfactant. Surfactant is a substance that prevents the wall from sticking to each other after evacuating the air inside the alveoli that provides airing in the lungs. In infants who are born prematurely, the surfactant is administered externally in intensive care. The presence of a surfactant in the lungs of your baby means that the chance of experiencing respiratory problems is very low in the event of birth. Your baby weighs around 2 kilos. Its length is approximately 42 centimeters. Your baby's adrenal glands (adrenal) secreted hormones you can start milk production. Your baby will behave like you while sleeping. So he closes his eyes while he sleeps and keeps them awake. Fingernails extended to fingertips. Your baby's immune system is developing, it has gained the ability to fight simple and mild infections.

WEEK 35
It's time for maternity leave

Fatigue and fatigue during these weeks is one of the most important reasons for many pregnant women. Sleeping difficulties, weight gain and consequently reduced mobility cause you problems. You may experience sexual reluctance during this period. Although it has not been shown any harm, you should persuade your partner to be understanding if you don't want to. Another problem experienced during these weeks is concerns about birth and delivery issues. Your spouse and doctor's approach is extremely important. Try to keep in mind that thousands of women in the world give birth every day and only a few of them have problems. Even as you read this article, more than a thousand babies screamed first.

WEEK 36
Don't stop me!

After this week, your doctor will no longer try to stop you even if you have premature labor. Your baby is usually able to survive easily with little or no care after birth and weighs over 2000 grams. Your baby's fat storage continues. This week, fat involvement in the arms and legs begins. All organ systems have completed their development and maturation. Now finishing touches. Since it starts to occupy more space in the uterus than the water it swims in, its movements are not easy. Your doctor may want to examine you at every check-up from this week to examine the condition of your cervix, whether it is clear. When you come to these weeks your insomnia problem may increase. One reason for insomnia may be that the baby slowly compresses down the bladder and needs to go to the toilet frequently. This can help you to limit your fluid intake before going to bed at night.

WEEK 37
Can I get a pair of scissors?

Only 4 weeks to the happy finals (if you are going to have a caesarean section, you have more than 2 weeks). The baby was almost prepared. It can enter the birth canal at any time. This week, fat accumulation accelerates in the knees and elbows. Neck and wrists should not be forgotten. Your baby's gums have also finished maturing and are now stiff. Oils accumulated on his cheeks and now become squeezed! The tiny living thing you see on ultrasound at the beginning of your pregnancy is a human calf that weighs about 2750 grams. This week, your baby is usually in the last posture position and it is very rare that he or she will return. After this week, your doctor may want to see you every week and evaluate the condition of you and your baby. During these weeks your weight gain (both your baby and you) can be very fast. Your doctor may want to examine whether you have a group B Streptococcal infection by culturing from the vagina. During these weeks you may feel a space and relaxation in the upper part of your abdomen. This indicates that your baby has landed in the birth canal and is called engagement. Your appetite may be reopened because the pressure in your stomach will disappear. Similarly, there will be no pressure in your lungs, making it easier to breathe. Your frequency of urination increases well after engagement, just as in the early stages of your pregnancy. Your baby's movements can be easily monitored from the outside. From time to time you may suddenly notice an elevation in one area of ​​your abdomen. Your baby's movements, especially under your rib cage, can cause pain and hurt you.

WEEK 38
I'm ready now

By the end of the 37th week, your baby and your pregnancy are considered to have expired. But it doesn't stop growing. The body continues to store fat and take about 15-30 grams per day. In general, male babies store more fat than female babies and therefore are born more heavily. Your baby is now capable of providing adequate coordination and can easily grasp the objects with his hands. If you put a very strong light source on your stomach, it will turn its face. It makes breathing movements in the uterus and monitoring them on ultrasound is an indication that your baby is in good condition. Because the volume of amniotic fluid increases considerably, it is difficult to move and you may notice a decrease in baby movements. Until this week, the uterus was filled with a slug of ductile mucus that connects it to your womb. The purpose of this mucus plug is to protect the inside of your uterus and your baby against germs and infections from the vagina. This mucus plug comes from your vagina is one of the symptoms of birth and is called “engagement” among the public. The engagement may come a few weeks before birth or it may only come a few hours before. You usually feel the engagement in the form of a bloody slimy discharge.

WEEK 39
Mom, aren't you bored yet?

If you are planning to have a cesarean section, you can safely deliver on any day after this week. In some cases, your doctor may give birth to artificial pain in pregnant women with normal births planned. This week, your baby's head circumference and abdominal circumference are approximately equal. Weight gain slows down as fat accumulation gradually slows down. Likewise, you start to gain less weight. Your cheeks and suction muscles are fully developed and your baby swallows the amniotic fluid that he swims in continuously. Along with this fluid, cells from the nervous system, skin, and hairs form the bowel content, ie, the feces. This stool is called “meconium”. Meconium is a dark green-black substance, and when the baby goes into trouble for any reason, it first poops. Occasionally, your legs may have symptoms similar to an electric shock. This is because your baby touches the nerves around the uterus while moving and settling in the pelvis. If your partner does not want to go into labor, you should try to persuade him to accompany you. Most women feel much more comfortable with their spouse at birth. But don't force your partner too much, maybe he's catching blood and is afraid to tell you. Some women are uncomfortable with the idea that their spouse will see themselves in that state. If your partner wants to attend the birth but you feel uncomfortable with it, you can ask your partner to show you the situation clearly.

WEEK 40
My hair is falling out

When you enter the last week, the length of the umbilical cord that carries oxygen and nutrients to your baby is approximately 50 cm and 1.3 cm in thickness. Your baby weighs over 3000 grams and fills most of the uterus. The creamy substance that covers your baby's skin, called vernix, begins to disappear. Similarly, feathers called lanugo are also largely shed. The antibodies you pass will help your baby fight infections for at least 6 months after birth. In the last week, the amniotic membrane may open at any time and your water may come. This event, which is sometimes too fast and too large, can sometimes be very slow. You may even feel like you're missing urine. Regardless of the amount of water you think you should call your doctor or go to the hospital without wasting time. As the balance center of your body changes well, you may have difficulty in maintaining your balance. Know the value of these last days, especially if you are expecting your first baby as a couple with your spouse. You will continue your life as a family.

WEEK 41
Great Final

If you haven't given birth yet, you're getting bored and impatient. Because the hormones secreted from you are also present in your baby's circulation, bags for boys and labiums for girls appear larger than normal. Even postpartum breast milk may even come. This is common in both boys and girls and will disappear spontaneously within a few days. This week may be too long. You should try to be patient. Even if you do not feel any pain, your cervix may be slowly opening. With the onset of normal pains, the opening and thinning of the cervix begins to increase. When the clearance is 10 centimeters, the first stage of labor is completed. Then the second phase is experienced and your baby says hello to the world and you. Immediately after the head is born at vaginal delivery, your doctor will wipe your baby's mouth and the first cry will resonate in the room. At this stage, giving your baby to your lap before the umbilical cord is cut makes the first contact warmer.


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