The Baby –
- Weighs around 6 and a half pounds and around 21 inches long. There are chances that she will be the same length as at birth.
- Packing on around ½ pound of the unadulterated, pure baby fat week by week
Your Body –
- Still outgrowing maternity clothes. Your belly might come out a few inches and your pants might pucker and bulge as your uterus goes down. Some tops might be tight as ribcage expands.
- Might be having trouble getting proper sleep at night due to your size, bladder calls, and the constant buzz of anxiety and excitement in your brain as well as huge to-do lists.
It is known as the early term of pregnancy. If you have made it to this point successfully, you no longer need to worry about early childbirth. The fetus already weighs around 6 ½ pounds and practices breathing every moment. Fetal breathing movements may show up in an ultrasound. Actually, she is not breathing because the uterus has no air. Vaginal discharge is more common and is thicker now. It helps lubricate the birthing canal. The body may prepare for birth in the last weeks by cleaning up the intestinal system.