Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
Physical, emotional and physiologic changes during the thirty-fifth week of pregnancy in the third trimester of pregnancy 임신 제3 삼개월 기간-임신 제35주 중에 생기는 신체, 감정, 생리적 변화
- The gestation period from 28 weeks gestation to 40 weeks gestation is called the third trimester of pregnancy in obstetrics for convenience.
- During the second trimester of pregnancy, the fetus grows and develops rapidly, and the weight of a full-term newborn born at the end of the third trimester of pregnancy, that is, at the 40th week of pregnancy, is usually 3~3.6kg.
- During the third trimester of pregnancy, the weight of a pregnant woman can increase by 4.5 to 5.5 kg during pregnancy (according to US statistics).
- The 35th week of pregnancy is the 8th week of the 3rd trimester, and even during this week some pregnant women find that their finger on the ring is swollen than usual, their weight gains faster than before, and the clothes worn before are tight. It is common for body fluids to accumulate in the pregnant woman’s body, gaining weight, and swelling normally.
- At the 35th week of pregnancy, the joints and muscles of the pelvis are relaxed by the large uterus and the hormone Relaxin, and they are ready to give birth. It is recommended to undergo a pregnancy checkup every week from 35 to 36 weeks of pregnancy before delivery.
- When undergoing a pregnancy checkup, they also receive tests to prevent infection with type B bacteria that can cause neonatal sepsis or meningitis.
- It is pressed by a large uterus and a kidney is formed in the pelvic floor muscles. You can urinate when you laugh or cough.
- Varicose veins can develop in veins in the legs, anus, and perineum.
- Start planning for future birth, study how to give birth, what hospital to give birth, how to relieve pain when giving birth, etc., and study with doctors, nurses, or someone who can help with childbirth. Consult. Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
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