Week 29 of Pregnancy: Now your baby is equivalent to a walnut pumpkin, weighs 1.1kg and is 38cm from head to toe. Your baby is still moving, and the first few shakes may have made you uncomfortable, let alone the punches and kicks that might suffocate you. If you notice a decrease in your baby’s movement, count the number of kicks, usually within 2 hours, at least 10 times. If your baby moves less, consult a doctor to make sure your baby is still well.

Changes in your body and life – Week 29 of Pregnancy

You may feel uncomfortable due to old problems such as heartburn and constipation. The reason is that pregnant hormone progesterone relaxes smooth muscle tissue throughout the body, including the gastrointestinal tract. Such relaxation can cause gas and heartburn and cause constipation.

The uterus grows and can also cause hemorrhoids. Swelling of blood vessels in the rectal area, which is common during pregnancy, fortunately, they usually disappear within a few weeks after childbirth, so do not worry.

What should I be aware of? – Week 29 of Pregnancy

As you approach the end of your pregnancy, you may feel that your baby’s movement is a little less. Since growing up, especially when the baby’s head falls into the pelvic area, the space to move around the uterus is smaller.

The decrease in movement in the late stage of pregnancy may show danger, the problem may be in the umbilical cord or the placenta, in order to make sure everything is normal, you should go to a doctor or undergo an examination.

Periodic maternity inspection

If you are worried that your baby moves less, you should consult a doctor immediately. Your doctor may ask you when the last time you felt your baby moved, and how many times your baby moved. Don’t worry, as the doctor may just want to check your baby’s condition and make sure everything is fine. If your baby has any problems, your doctor may advise you to give birth early or provide some support.

You may see some spider veins on your skin, like a red dimple, spreading out from the center of the abdomen and looking like a spider leg. You’ll also see them on your face, neck, breast, or arms. Don’t worry, this will disappear a few weeks after childbirth, which is only the result of increased blood circulation during pregnancy.

What checks should I do?

During the next month, you may need to meet with your doctor regularly, first once 2 weeks and then once a week until you give birth. During this month’s examination, your blood pressure and weight will be measured. Your doctor will ask you if you have any signs and symptoms. You may also be asked to describe your baby’s movements in your belly, e.g. when you exercise or not. exercise, also check the size of the uterus as usual.

Health information during pregnancy

Getting Hair Perm

Do you want to perm during pregnancy? Of course, you can perm, which is not a big problem for health. But you must remember that pregnancy hormones change the composition and texture of the hair, so the texture of the hair depends on your condition, this change may affect the perm hair.

Lead poisoning

Avoid contact with lead during pregnancy. Your health is at risk if you eat food containing lead, exposure to lead in your work environment, or using cosmetics containing lead. Did you know that? Studies have shown that exposure to lead during pregnancy can lead to a high risk of miscarriage and lower IQ for babies.

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