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Dr. Rose  Obstetrics Week by Week

This is a wonderful time, as a new life is growing inside your body. As you experience the gradual changes happening in your mind and body during the next few months, you will definitely have a lot of questions and might even feel insecure sometimes because of them.Our pregnancy calendar helps you follow the growth and development of your baby week by week, while providing you with the necessary information and helpful advice to support you in spending the following months feeling as relaxed and comfortable as possible. In this compilation, you will read about the physical and mental changes that occur in expectant mothers during these months, you can follow the development of the fetus in detail, learn the opinions of specialists about the period in question, get recommendations on necessary changes in your lifestyle, and get help in scheduling examinations.

This is a wonderful time, as a new life is growing inside your body. As you experience the gradual changes happening in your mind and body during the next few months, you will definitely have a lot of questions and might even feel insecure sometimes because of them.
Our pregnancy calendar helps you follow the growth and development of your baby week by week, while providing you with the necessary information and helpful advice to support you in spending the following months feeling as relaxed and comfortable as possible.
In this compilation, you will read about the physical and mental changes that occur in expectant mothers during these months, you can follow the development of the fetus in detail, learn the opinions of specialists about the period in question, get recommendations on necessary changes in your lifestyle, and get help in scheduling examinations.

Which week?

Week 30


The baby gains 200 grams weekly during the remaining 10 weeks, so your weight is going to change too. The extra kilos might cause you to be slower and experience fatigue more often.


The expectant mother


Your growing womb presses on your bladder which results in having to go to the toilet more often. You might have urinary retentive problems while coughing, laughing or exerting yourself.


The baby


The little one weight 1400 grams now and is approximately 37 centimeters long. His senses are still developing. He is curled up inside your womb with his arms and legs pulled up and crossed in front of his body. He might be upside down already, but some babies only turn 1 or 2 weeks later. Most infants are head-down and are born that way, but 4-5% of them remain in a breeched position. The doctor will try to turn them to face down during the course of the last weeks.


Examinations


You must be excited to see your child again. This week you are able to check how much he has grown, which position is he in and how much his facial features have changed. You can take the 4D ultrasound recording home, so your family and friends will be able to see him as well.


Lifestyle


The last trimester is not an easy period as the extra weight takes its toll on you. But do not consider yourself ill: you are still only pregnant! Think about women the age of your grandmother, who had to work through the entire length of their pregnancy, from the first day until delivery. It is perfectly natural that you need to relax more, but do not skip exercises as both your body and the baby need the physical activity.