How will I feel during week 29 of my pregnancy?

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You will start to feel some changes as your baby grows. You might also feel constipated and have heartburn. Some women also develop supine hypotensive syndrome, which is a change in heart rate and blood pressure that causes you to feel dizzy while lying on your back. Hemorrhoids are swollen rectal blood vessels that may cause some pain or itchiness. Ask your doctor about the safest ways to relieve these symptoms.
 

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