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42 Weeks Pregnant

The 42nd week marks the successful completion of the third trimester as well as of the pregnancy. The delivery is about to take place, though according to studies, very few births happen on their due date. If the delivery has not taken place even after the 42nd week, it becomes overdue. The women will...
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41 Weeks Pregnant

The women should be prepared for delivery by the time they enter the 41st week of their pregnancy. Symptoms such as nausea, indigestion, and heartburn will appear even now. Women should avoid fatty food during this time, and continue to take lots of fluids. This will prevent dehydration. The baby however,...
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40 Weeks Pregnant

Women go through a gamut of emotions around this time because the delivery is nearing. The movement in the womb increases again. This may result in frequent urination and severe backache. Strain in the areas like the abdomen and bladder increases during this time, and is referred to as ‘false pain’....
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39 Weeks Pregnant

By the 39th week, the baby is getting cramped inside the room, and is waiting to come out. Doctors do not attach much danger to babies born in the 38th or the 39th week. According to them, they will have a normal growth. However, during this time, the mother-to-be becomes more uncomfortable. There will...
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38 Weeks Pregnant

Women entering the 38th week of their pregnancy may experience labor pains any time now. The baby is still in the process of settling down in the pelvic region of its mother’s body. Towards the end of pregnancy, women may see some swelling in their feet. This is normal. However, if there is a swelling...
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37 Weeks Pregnant

This is almost the end of the third trimester of pregnancy. There may be a feeling of heaviness in women, and simple tasks like walking may seem difficult. Fatigue and exhaustion are a normal feeling at this time. But this is also an exciting time, as the baby can arrive anytime now. During this time,...
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36 Weeks Pregnant

Around the 36th week of pregnancy, the baby’s head moves into the lower portion of its mother’s body. It rests on her pelvic bone. When a woman enters the 36th week of her pregnancy, it is termed as a ‘full-term’ pregnancy. There may be a feeling of fatigue and exhaustion, accompanied by some...
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35 Weeks Pregnant

Healthy, nutritive diet is a must now. This is because the baby is almost developed by now, and requires more nourishment. The gynecologist may prescribe vitamin, iron, and calcium supplements. It is important that the women take them on a regular basis. In the meanwhile, symptoms such as breathing trouble...
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34 Weeks Pregnant

By the 34th week, expecting mothers start to feel breathless. This is because the increasing size of the uterus pushes the other body parts around. It also starts pushing pressure on the diaphragm, due to which the lungs are not able to expand fully. If the breathlessness worsens, then a doctor should...
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33 Weeks Pregnant

Women tend to suffer from indigestion and heartburn around the 33rd week of their pregnancy. Eating small meals from time to time may help alleviate this problem. Some of them develop bleeding gums or cavities in their teeth. This is mainly caused due to changes in the blood pressure inside the body....

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