Jakarta – At 35 weeks pregnant, some mothers feel they have a lot to do before the birth of the baby. Mother, of course, can’t wait for the baby to be born into the world. However the feelings that now surround you, try not to stress.
Don’t worry, babies will be born when they are ready and you should always be happy. This will help the mother during the delivery process later. Prepare only the baby’s basic needs, Mother, to minimize stress before delivery.
Launching from the page The Bump, at 35 weeks of pregnancy, it means that you have passed and ended 8 months of pregnancy with one month remaining for you. Your little one may start preparing to go out by shifting to a head-down position, while growing that is essential for survival in the next world, such as building body fat and brain function.
Likewise with the mother’s body which is also in preparation mode for delivery. Mother will feel several times braxton hicks or false contractions when your uterine muscles are practicing for the birth process later.
Curious about how your little one will grow at 35 weeks pregnant? Let’s continue to see the following explanation Mother.
1. Baby size
At 35 weeks pregnant, your baby is the size of a pineapple. Baby measures about 18.2 inches from head to heel. This figure has begun to approach the size of the baby’s length at birth. Meanwhile, your 35-week-old fetus now weighs about 5.3 pounds, and will add a pound or more to baby fat before you meet your little one.
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2. Preparing the baby to be born into the world
Your baby’s arms and legs that used to be thin are now quite fat and very soft. This will help make it easier for the baby to come out during your delivery.
3. The baby’s skull remains soft
Apart from his body, something that is developing at an incredible pace this week is the strength and function of your baby’s brain. Fortunately, the part that surrounds the amazing brain, the skull, remains soft. A soft skull will make it easier for your baby to pass through the birth canal during delivery.
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