30th week of pregnancy And pregnancy symptoms

30th week of pregnancy

What you need to know about the 30th week

Feeling of pain in the legs while sleeping at night in the 29th to 32nd week of pregnancy is a common problem. Many people may feel uncomfortable sleeping at night at this time. To overcome this, try to sleep with a pillow or something comfortable under your stomach.

In many cases during pregnancy, itching may occur on different parts of the body, especially the skin around the abdomen. To avoid itching, you can massage moisturizer i.e. lotion or oil in these places. However, excessive or abnormal itching can be a sign of liver problems or other serious problems (such as intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy / obstetric cholestasis ). So if you have itching, consult a doctor if necessary.

Other symptoms this week include:

  1. Feeling too tired,
  2. Stretch Marks
  3. Swelling or bleeding gums,
  4. Abdominal pain,
  5. Back pain,
  6. Sleep problems
  7. In some cases, mild bleeding from the nose,
  8. Flatulence and constipation,
  9. Indigestion,
  10. Chest pain when pressed,
  11. Leg pain,
  12. Feeling uncomfortable or shortness of breath in mild or slightly hot weather,
  13. Dizziness or headache,
  14. Watery or swollen limbs,
  15. Inflammation or infection of the urinary tract ,
  16. Vaginal infections
  17. Spots on the skin of the face or other parts of the body.

Things to look out for

Continue to do light exercise or physical exercise. Seek the help of an instructor if you need to know about safe exercise types during pregnancy.

Find out which symptoms start after the onset of labor pains.
Although it is estimated that there are still some days left until the time of normal delivery, it is better to know in advance. Talk to your doctor or health worker at your nearest health center for details about labor pains and delivery preparations. Let family members know where and how the delivery will take place.

How the fetus is growing

This week your baby is about 39.9 centimeters or about a quarter of an inch tall, which is the size of a large cabbage. Weight is about 1.3 kg.

From now on the baby can suck his fingers, which prepares him to drink breast milk after birth. His eyesight continues to improve. He can now sometimes react when he senses the presence of bright light outside.

Her skin, which had been covered with a sticky liquid called ‘vernix’ and small fur called ‘lanugo’, began to shrink at this time.

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