Are there any warning signs I should look for during week 33?

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During week 33, you should contact your doctor if you notice anything that seems off or worries you. Never ignore a decrease in your baby's movements, changes or bleeding in vaginal discharge, vision problems, or severe headaches. Also be aware of Braxton-Hicks contractions -- normal contractions that happen infrequently throughout your pregnancy, which you might notice stronger now. If you are having four or more contractions per hour or notice any other pre-term labor signs, call your doctor.

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