So you only have four weeks to birth your baby, do not sleep well and you get tired much faster in recent weeks also decrease your baby kicks a lot, because it has no space to move around much, will be in the fetal position and quiet remaining weeks until delivery.
Changes in the pregnant
Many suffer from leg cramps especially at night, eat bananas, the potassium helps you stretch your legs and lower them at bedtime, this will help you feel a little better.
Another change you can experience in the last month of pregnancy is that your belly pops out, that by stretching your belly has suffered. Need more care and not much to push yourself physically, there will be things that you can not do, let me help.
In the last month you may see some varicose veins in your legs, that the weight gain, hemorrhoids, insomnia, and stretch marks as your skin has stretched a lot. Do not worry because most complaints will disappear when your baby is born. While varicose veins may not go.
Changes in the baby
The skin covering lanugo has disappeared almost completely. The placenta has grown to 500 grams, and which is responsible for nourishing and oxygenating the baby. Almost all organs function perfectly.
Your body is taking shape and will put plump, also for the position, you’ll see fat, but will continue to grow these days, at 37 weeks and ready to go, but it is best to wait until he is 40 weeks.
Her nails are long and have hair on your head and your skin is getting closer and senses are already fully developed. Can weigh three kilos and 50 centimeters long reach.
Be calm and patience, and have nothing left. These days it is important that you prepare your suitcase for the hospital, remember to keep diapers, baby clothes you’ll need for your baby.
When the moment of birth your placenta will detach from the uterus and the umbilical cord and stop doing their job and when your baby is born and breathe for the first time all his organs begin to function and will be adapted to breathe air and placenta was used as .
Congratulations you and your baby in your arms!