Week 29 Of Pregnancy
- Q Are there any warning signs I should look for during week 29?
During week 29, you should count your baby's movements to make sure the baby is healthy and active. If your baby moves less than 10 times in 2 hours, you should call the doctor. It does not necessarily mean something is wrong -- the baby might just be... Full Answer
- Q What changes will I experience during week 29 of my pregnancy?
During week 29 of your pregnancy, your legs might develop varicose veins, which are harmless swollen, blue veins that usually go from your ankle to your thigh. They usually go away a few months after you give birth. Your belly is going to start growing a... Full Answer
- Q What will I look like during week 29 of my pregnancy?
During week 29, your belly will start growing larger. The baby needs to double or triple in weight still, so you are still not the biggest you will be. You might not like the appearance of the blue varicose veins that can start developing, but at least... Full Answer
- Q What should I discuss with my doctor during week 29?
You should be going to the doctor twice monthly at this point in your pregnancy. When at the doctor, continue to ask about anything that concerns you. If your health developments are causing you distress, review what is normal to experience and what is... Full Answer
- Q How might my actions affect my baby during week 29?
During pregnancy, smoking, drinking, and drug use can seriously harm your baby's development. Not getting enough important nutrients can also harm development. As bones harden and the brain develops more completely, your baby is going to need a lot of... Full Answer
- Q How is my baby growing and developing during week 29?
Your baby is growing bigger and bigger during the final trimester. Though they are almost at the birth length, your baby still has a way to go until he or she reaches their birth weight. Your baby's lungs and muscles are developing as their bones harden... Full Answer
- Q What is the size of my baby during week 29?
Your baby is almost at their birth length! The baby is between 15 and 17 inches long. The baby has to gain more weight still, though, and is between 2.5 and 3 pounds. As your baby grows bigger, you are going to feel more and more kicks and movements. Full Answer
- Q What prenatal care do I need during week 29 of pregnancy?
During this period of your pregnancy, you should be going to the doctor twice monthly - more if you have a high-risk pregnancy. Your doctor is going to check the progress of your baby's growth, make sure you are healthy, and possibly perform other tests.... Full Answer
- Q What are common problems during week 29 of pregnancy?
During week 29, forgetfulness might start to concern you, but do not worry. It is caused by the pregnancy hormones interacting with your brain cells. You should not be concerned about hemorrhoids or constipation, which are normal. Talk to your doctor,... Full Answer
- Q How will I feel during week 29 of my pregnancy?
You will start to feel some changes as your baby grows. You might also experience constipation, heartburn, and hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are swollen rectal blood vessels that may cause some pain or itchiness. Some women also develop supine hypotensive... Full Answer