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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 37

Starting from this week, your child can be born anytime. The average length of twin pregnancies is 37 weeks, and women who have given birth before usually deliver earlier than their due date as well. Only 4% of the babies are born exactly on their due date.

The expectant mother

You should plan who is going to take you to the hospital when the time comes. Someone should always be available to call if you need them. It is high time to pack up your hospital bag if you have not done it already.

The baby

He is getting ready too: he is trying to breathe, which causes him to swallow a lot of amniotic fluid and get hiccups often.

Examinations

You can watch your baby again as it is time for your fourth ultrasound screening.

Doctor’s advice

During these weeks sometimes you get up wishing that you could give birth right away, while on others you would rather to postpone it as much as you can. Avoid listening to other women’s “testimonials” if you can, and do not let anyone scare you.

Lifestyle

You should regularly caress your belly and talk to it together with your partner. Taking warm baths is a good opportunity to connect with your baby as well, as you are relaxing in almost the same environment as he does inside of you.