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Monday, October 25, 2010

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Fetal development - 33 weeks pregnant

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Your baby now weighs about 4.2 pounds/ 2 kilograms and measures approximately 17 inches/ 44 centimetres from head to toe. Your baby should already be getting ready for birth by turning upside-down - his head should be pointing down.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
Your doctor will be paying careful attention to your baby's position in the coming weeks - some babies do decide to turn back round again.

Your baby's skull is still quite pliable and not completely joined, so he can ease out of the relatively narrow birth canal. But the bones in the rest of his body are hardening. Your baby's skin is also gradually becoming less red and wrinkled.

If you're a first-time mother, your child's head may move into the pelvis this week and press firmly against your cervix. (This happens for about half of all first-time mothers.) If you're a second-time mum, you can expect this to happen a week before labour - and for some this won't happen until the start of labour. Hoping to manage your labour naturally? Here's all you need to know about natural pain relief.

You may notice that your feet and ankles are quite swollen by the end of the day. Water retention, also known as oedema, is often worse in warm weather and late in the day. Surprisingly, keeping hydrated helps reduce water retention. Your body - particularly your kidneys - and your baby need plenty of fluids, so drink up. If you suddenly feel swollen or puffy in your hands or face, however, call your doctor - it may be a sign of pre-eclampsia.


Saturday, October 23, 2010

It's a girl.....

Smlm ada appointment dgn Klinik Dr Felice Huang,salah seorg pakar OnG di KK Sabah ni, appointment suppose kul 3.45pm, tp dpt jupa doc dlm kul 5.00pm, doc pun sudah napak kepenatan..cian plak...
Kt depan klinik tu plak ada playground, bawa Aqil plak..apa lagi..member tu dh tgk lama dh dr jauh waktu survey klinik aritu, terus dia meluru g sana nak main2..apa lg, cian baba terpaksa entertain Aqil even dh menyirap dgn kerenah Aqil..tak sempat dia tgk doc scan gambar baby...scan 3D and 4D..mmg puas hati dgn layanan doc...charge pun kena rm100...oklah tu..once doc ckp confirm "burger" terus rasa mcm nak nangis, terharu..selama ini ingatkan boy..coz baby lebih kurang mcm Aqil dulu jer..InsyaAllah, kami bakal dpt sepasang anak dh...Doakan saya selamat melahirkan nati with normal delivery..EDD 15hb 12 2010...

Monday, October 18, 2010

Fetal development - 32 weeks pregnant -8 bulan sudah!!!!!!!

Your baby now weighs approximately 3.75 pounds/ 1.7 kilograms and is about 17 inches/ 42 centimetres long from head to toe. Although his lungs won't be fully developed until just before birth, your little one is inhaling amniotic fluid to exercise his lungs and practice breathing.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
Some babies have a head of hair already, others have only a few wisps. Thick hair at birth doesn't necessarily mean thick hair later on but children with fine hair in childhood usually have thinner hair in adulthood.

If your baby is a boy, his testicles should be descending from his abdomen into his scrotum. Sometimes however, one or both testicles won't move into position until after birth. In two-thirds of all baby boys who have undescended testicles at birth, the condition corrects itself by the boy's first birthday.

You're probably gaining a pound/ 450 grams a week, largely because your baby is likely to gain more than half his birthweight during the seven weeks before birth. Make sure you are eating well in these last few weeks.


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Fetal development - 31 weeks pregnant

Your baby's arms, legs and body continue to fill out - and they are finally proportional in size to her head. She weighs about 3.3 pounds/ 1.5 kilograms and looks more like a newborn. She measures about 16 inches/ 41 centimetres from crown to toe.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
You may notice your baby isn't moving around as much. Don't worry; she's just running out of space in your uterus. As long as you can feel her squirming, you'll know she's just fine. Believe it or not, she still has plenty of growing to do. You can expect her to gain at least two more pounds/ 900 grams before birth.

Your baby's organs are continuing to mature and she is passing water from her bladder: good practice for the urinating she'll do after she's born. Soon you can wonder what your baby is wishing for - brain scans have shown that fetuses have periods of dream sleep around month eight.

You've probably gained three to four pounds/ 1.3 to 1.8 kilograms this month. Gaining a pound/ 450 grams a week is quite normal during the last trimester as your baby has a final growth spurt before birth.


Saturday, October 9, 2010

Fetal development - 30 weeks pregnant

Your baby's lungs and digestive tract are almost fully developed. While your baby may soon slow up growing in length (he measures about 15.7 inches/ 40 centimetres from crown to toe by now), he will continue to gain weight until he's born.

Inside pregnancy video: a 3D animated look at a baby in this week of pregnancy. Take a look!
This week your baby continues to open and shut his eyes. He can probably see what's going on in utero, distinguish light from dark and even track a light source. If you shine a light on your stomach, your baby may move his head to follow the light or even reach out to touch the moving glow. Some researchers think baring your stomach to light stimulates visual development. But don't expect 20/20 vision when your baby is born - newborns can see a distance of only about 8 to 12 inches/ 20 to 30 centimeters. (Children with normal vision don't reach 20/20 vision until about age 7 to 9.) To complete the picture, your baby now has eyebrows and eyelashes.

A pint and a half/ around a liter of amniotic fluid now surrounds your baby but that volume decreases as he gets bigger and has less room in your uterus. As you and the baby continue to grow, don't be alarmed if you feel breathless, as if you can't get enough air; it's just your uterus pressing against your diaphragm. There is a light at the end of the tunnel though. At about 34 weeks (or just before birth, if this is your second or third pregnancy), your baby's head will move down into your pelvis as the baby gets into the right position for birth. That will make breathing and eating a lot easier.