15 January

The Pregnancy - Week 35

For the last 4 weeks, You have been going for checkups to the hospital every week. You are going to get checked levels of the amniotic fluid and also urine for sugar and protein and your BP every time. This week you may complaints of acidity, backache, and pain in the vaginal area. Pain is because the baby has descended to the lower part of the uterus and this is called lightening.

This may also cause increased frequency of urination. The pain near the vaginal area is because of the pressure of the head of the baby on the nerves near the vaginal area. Take rest and sleep well. Now you may have a couple of weeks more for delivery or maybe a few more days. You are a little anxious. Be brave and take care of yourself and the little one growing in your uterus. Baby’s brain and spinal cord are all well developed and baby’s lungs are also 99% developed by this week.


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We have put together weekly developments during pregnancy. These articles are only for information. Every pregnancy is different and every woman's experience may be different. We also have articles relating to women's health, infertility and plan to add information about newborn care. Through the blogs, videos and our online consultation services, we are trying to empower mothers (as well as soon-to-be-moms) with health information which is easily understandable. Our mission is to help mothers have a happy pregnancy and a very happy postpartum experience. 

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Pregnancy brings a new meaning to the concept of beauty to a woman. It is a period of immense joy, excitement and anxiety. The feeling of carrying a little soul within you is beautiful.


Last modified on Monday, 06 August 2018 10:19
Venkatesh Rathod

Venkat handles content management for MedHealthTV.

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