At 35 weeks a non-stress test may be done to evaluate fetal well-being. In addition an ultrasound might be done if there are questions about the fetal position or the location of the placenta. In general, these tests are only done if signs of a potential risk to mother or fetus are evident. In the absence of specific risk factors, the woman can continue to perform fetal kick counts and wait for the onset of labor.
- Q Are there any warning signs I should look for during week 35 of pregnancy?
- Q What are common problems that may occur at 35 weeks of pregnancy?
- Q What prenatal care do I need during week 35 of pregnancy?
- Q How is my baby growing and developing during week 35?
- Q What will I look like during week 35 of my pregnancy?
- Q What should I ask my doctor during week 35 of pregnancy?