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pregnant 35 weeks : complete info , symptoms and development

During fetal development 35 weeks gestational age, the size of your baby is currently about the size of a watermelon weighing 2.38 kg and 46 cm long. With this size, there is no more space for the baby to move in the womb. Therefore the number of baby kicks may decrease, but it will feel tighter.

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Fat has moved throughout your baby's body, especially around the shoulder. If your baby is in the head position first, his head will lean on your pubic bone in preparation for labor.

In the development of this fetal 35-week edition, you will learn how to:


  • Your baby continues to gain weight; his body consists of 15% fat.
  • When this 35-week fetal development kicks more and more babies.
  • The kidneys and heart have been fully developed and ready to process body feces.
  • His brain capacity is growing so rapidly.

Symptoms of Pregnancy

Your continuously expanding uterus has reached the rib curve now.
Heartburn and gastrointestinal problems will occur more often.
The more you want to urinate.
You can't control your bladder when you cough, sneeze, even when laughing.
You may often experience headaches.
Skin rashes will also be a problem that you can experience.
You will feel the gums bleed.
You may experience a mild contraction - also known as Braxton Hicks contraction - along with your body's preparation to deal with labor.

Pregnancy Care

Now is the right time to get your vaginal and rectal culture to find out about bacterial growth.
Practice Kegel exercises that will strengthen your pelvic muscles for labor.
Remember to keep your body hydrated throughout the day.
Stay with healthy food intake.
You will feel nervous as the H-day approaches. Calm yourself by turning your mind to do the things you love.

What are the changes in the body of a pregnant woman at week 35?

Your uterus protected by the pelvis has now reached below your rib cage. If you peek into the womb, you will see a comparison of the size of the baby that is greater than the amount of amniotic fluid.

Your uterus urges your other internal organs, which is the reason why you urinate frequently and may experience heartburn and other digestive disorders. You are one of the lucky ones if you don't experience these disorders.

Maintain a pregnancy that runs 35 weeks

Have you ever asked why babies cry after birth? The baby's first cry can occur in the womb and this is true. Research shows that the fetus can show crying behavior such as vibrating the chin, opening the mouth, taking irregular breath several times before exhaling and lowering the shoulders again, in response to a low decibel sound that is played to the mother's stomach. This response is shown in the development of infants in the early stages even in premature babies, so it is not surprising when babies cry in the womb before birth.

Visit to Doctor / Midwife

What do I need to discuss with the doctor on week 35?

Although the date of birth soon arrives, some babies are still developing regularly until the tenth month. If this happens, your baby may still want to stay in your womb for a longer time. Ask for your childbirth preparation for your doctor if you pass the birth deadline.

Tests that may be needed at 35 weeks' gestation

This month you will spend a lot of time in the doctor's office than before. The doctor will estimate the size of the baby and predict the time of birth. Doctors can also provide tests according to your needs, such as:

  • Weight (at this time the weight will stop increasing, or even decrease)
  • Blood pressure (maybe higher than the 6th month)
  • Scanning urine to check sugar and protein levels
  • Varicose legs, swelling of the hands and feet
  • Check the size of the uterus like how thin and whether it has begun to widen
  • Fundus height (upper part of uterus)
  • Fetal heart rate test
  • Fetal size, direction of birth (head or foot first), position (face down or face up)
Prepare a list of questions that the doctor wants to ask, especially regarding labor and birth, including the frequency of Braxton Hicks contractions, and other symptoms especially abnormal symptoms.

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