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Gravid vecka 35

Pregnant week 35

You are now pregnant at week 35 and the big day is approaching by leaps and bounds! In about a month you will be able to hold your little baby in your arms! Before that, there's a lot of honing of the baby going on inside you.

6 december 2017

Baby's development when you are pregnant at week 35

The baby's lungs are now fully developed, not just for that first scream that will sound in a few weeks. The substance enclosing the inner ends of the child's trachea is now in sufficient quantity to ensure the flexibility of the trachea and prevent them from collapsing. The mutual nutrient exchange between you and the placenta continues, which means that there is enough amniotic fluid in the amniotic sac. When the baby wants out, the fetal sac will crack and "the water will go". Time to go to the hospital!

Your body when you are pregnant at week 35

Suddenly you breathe more freely and digestion works better than in a long time. What happened? Only your baby has done exactly what was expected of him or her this week – moving his head further down the pelvis. Have you felt a minor pain in your stomach lately? It was probably contractions that pushed the uterus downwards. This, for its part, gave your lungs and stomach a little more space. From now on, you will feel that your body is starting to get ready for birth, even if it is a whole month away. When you are pregnant at week 35, it is important to start thinking about the final preparations for childbirth.

Eating right when pregnant at week 35

There is a reason why omega-3 acids are called "essential fatty acids"; they are really vital to ime because the body cannot produce them itself. The acids participate in the structure of cell membranes in the brain, among other things, and regulate the flow of information between cells. This makes the omega-3 acids absolutely necessary for a normal immune system. So how are you going to make sure your baby gets these magic acids? Simple – by getting them in yourself. You will find them in flaxseeds and wheat germ, rapeseed oil, walnuts and walnut oil, as well as in oily fish such as salmon, sardines, halibut and mackerel. Keep this in mind when planning your food and try to eat a few portions of oily fish every week.

Pregnant week 35, tips and advice

As pregnancy begins to approach birth, many mothers worry about what will happen to breastfeeding. Don't worry – caring for your child is the most natural thing in the world. The baby has been practicing sucking already in the stomach and knows exactly what to do. At the beginning of the meal, the milk is thin and watery to quench the child's thirst and then becomes thicker to saturate. If your baby has a great appetite, your body adapts and produces more milk within two days. Smart, huh? Nature has thought of everything. If you have any questions, there are many experts to ask, just contact your midwife.

The mother's milk contains all the nutrients your baby needs and is by far the best you can give your baby. Starting in the second week outside the stomach, the baby puts on about 30 g a day (!) just by drinking, which says a lot about the nutritional content. Should you have trouble breastfeeding, there is plenty of help to get. Talk to your midwife and you'll find out what suits you.

 

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