7 months pregnant: Babies start at a ready-to-birth position
How does fetal growth?
Pregnant Week 29
- Both testicles in the male baby have descended from the near kidney to the scrotum. While the clitoral on women has looked.
- The baby's head is big enough for his growing brain.
- The shell and his bones harden as the brain, lungs, and muscles grow.
Pregnant Weeks 30
- Your baby is approximately 39 cm, weighing about 1.3 kg. The increase in length slowed, but his weight continued to grow until birth.
- The lungs and gastrointestinal tract are almost fully developed.
- His eyes kept opening and closing.
- Some researchers have stated that stimulating the fetus at this age with light can improve the development of his vision.
- Babies already have eyebrows and eyelashes.
Pregnant Week 31
- Currently your baby weighs approximately 1.5 kg with a length of approximately 41 cm.
- His head has now become proportional to his size.
- The movement will become more stable.
- He has released urine from his seed.
- His bone marrow has taken over the work of the liver to produce red blood cells.
Pregnant Weeks 32
- At the age of 32 weeks, the baby's head has generally been below, in a ready-to-birth position.
- Baby's skin from day to day will increasingly look smooth. Lunago's body gradually disappeared.
- The ability to suck grows. He can often suck his own thumbs up.
- Your baby's eyes can now focus on one object.
- His lungs grew rapidly. But he will only breathe after reaching the age of 36 months.
- The level of fluid is increased. Your baby is still swallowing fluid and removing it as urine.
What are the changes to the mother's body?
What do you need to keep?
- Change position. If you are lying or sitting, stand and walk. If you're walking, try to sit down.
- Shower or warm water soak for up to 30 minutes.
- Consumption of mineral water, tea or warm milk. False contractions can be caused by dehydration.
What to look for?
- Preeclampsia or high blood pressure while pregnant. High levels of protein in urine and elevated blood pressure are signs of preeclampsia. This condition can be life-threatening if allowed to thrive.
- Severe itching. Itching beyond the natural limit can be a symptom of a rare liver disorder, i.e., obstetric cholestasis.
Consumption of foods rich in fiber
- Consumption of many vegetables and fruits rich in fiber.
- Insufficient consumption of mineral water, at least 10-12 glasses a day.
- Limit consumption of iron supplements.
- Limit consumption of laxatives to overcome constipation.
- Regular exercise at least three times a week can help to launch defecation.