Are there any warning signs I should look for during week 35 of pregnancy?

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During week 35 of pregnancy, your doctor may recommend that you start watching for and recording your baby's kicks. If you note the baby's kicks for two hours, you should feel at least 10 movements. This can fluctuate for many women, and you need not panic if your baby doesn't make 10. If, however, you do not notice movement for several hours afterwards, you may want to check in with your doctor. Although your baby is too big to manage somersaults in the now-cramped space of your uterus, it will still kick and eventually start heading farther down in your pelvis. This process, called "lightening," helps position the baby for delivery.

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