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29th week of pregnancy And pregnancy symptoms

29th week of pregnancy

What you need to know about the 29th week

During this time, as the size of the fetus continues to increase, there is some pressure on the lungs, as a result of which many people may feel mild shortness of breath. The ankles may swell, and there may be pain in the legs. So walk after as comfortable shoes as possible.

Other symptoms that may occur during this time are:

  • Feeling too tired,
  • Stretch Marks
  • Swelling or bleeding gums,
  • Abdominal pain,
  • Back pain,
  • Sleep problems
  • In some cases, mild bleeding from the nose,
  • Flatulence and constipation,
  • Indigestion,
  • Chest pain when pressed,
  • Leg pain,
  • Feeling uncomfortable or shortness of breath in mild or slightly hot weather,
  • Dizziness or headache,
  • Watery or swollen limbs,
  • Inflammation or infection of the urinary tract ,
  • Vaginal infections _
  • Spots on the skin of the face or other parts of the body.

Things to look out for

Try to eat enough nutritious food to meet the nutritional needs of yourself and your growing baby. Consult a nutritionist if you need to know about healthy eating habits during pregnancy.
Be aware of the increased risk of various infections during pregnancy.
How the fetus is growing

This week your baby is about 36.6 centimeters or 15.2 inches tall. Weight is about 1.2 kg.

The movement of the baby in the womb increases a lot, so you can feel this movement almost all the time. During this time children usually move in a certain pattern or pattern. Observe your child’s movement patterns, and tell your doctor immediately if you notice any sudden changes or abnormalities.

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