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Height - 33 cm, weight - 900-950 g.
The baby continues to actively gain weight and accumulate subcutaneous fat. In 10 weeks he will turn into a lovely chubby baby that is so pleasant to kiss, tickle and aunt.
His skin is still reddish, veins showing through it. If you could see the baby, you would see that he is still all wrinkled due to a deficiency of subcutaneous tissue. But very soon the fiber will build up, the skin will become light and smooth.
Little by little, the baby opens his eyes. The eyeball is fully formed and now it is already known exactly what color the child's eyes will be. True, this information will not be available for us soon.
Due to the peculiarities of the structure of the layers of the eyeball, the color of the iris can change with the age of the child. So, very often babies are born with blue eyes, but many later change their color to green or gray.
The baby's face also became completely human with all the set of vegetation that was naturally assigned to him (eyelashes, eyebrows). There are already 20 tooth buds developing in the child's mouth. These are not real teeth yet, but in a few months the first milk teeth will erupt from them.
The most interesting thing is that under them there are 20 more primordia of molars already, which will begin to develop only at the age of 6-7 years! Another 12 teeth do not develop in the prenatal period, they will appear only after birth.
There are tiny marigolds on the arms and legs of the child, which can grow significantly by the time of birth. Therefore, it is imperative to take special children's scissors to the hospital in order to give the baby the first manicure.
The pulmonary system prepares itself for spontaneous breathing. The lungs take their final shape in the form of a pyramid with the top up. At the ends of the bronchi, pulmonary alveoli have already developed, and the bronchial tree itself has unusually branched out.
Very often, at this time, expectant mothers are scared when experts indicate fetal arrhythmias. What it is? Arrhythmia is a violation of the rhythm of the baby's heartbeat. The norm is 120-160 beats per minute. If this frequency then falls, then increases, we can talk about arrhythmia. It sounds serious, but in fact, it should not cause much concern.
It's just that the child's heart is growing and can not always keep the rhythm of contractions correctly. It even happens that the diagnosis of arrhythmia is made due to the fact that the devices on which the heart was listening distorted the sound and gave errors. It is worth doing a new examination that can clarify the results.
And the best way is to stop being nervous and just wait. In a few weeks, the rhythm of the heartbeat will improve. It is necessary to take some action only if the examination shows a significant deviation from the norm and is accompanied by other unfavorable factors (for example, fetal hypoxia, mother's disease, etc.).
The baby now has all five senses fully developed and he listens with special attention to sounds that are new to him, coming from the outside world. Previously, he only listened to the beating of his mother's heart or the rumbling of intestines. Now he gets used to the voices of dad and mom, the sounds that surround a person in real life.
Many mothers-to-be love to experiment with music. Very often kids enjoy listening to the works of the classics (Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Vivaldi). Still, you shouldn't abuse it. If you feel that the child is kicking too hard or jerking violently, then it may be worth turning the music off or changing.
After all, not everyone is a musician. For example, Catherine the Great could not stand music at all due to the peculiarities of the structure of her ear (she did not hear the harmony in the sound of different instruments). However, her non-musicality did not prevent her from going down in history.
The average weight gain this week is about 8 kg. The height of the uterine fundus is 26 cm, it is 6 cm above the navel, the uterus has become about the size of an average watermelon.
The child moves very actively, which sometimes causes discomfort. His movements can be felt by others if they put their hand on your tummy. Sometimes the movement of the abdomen shows how the child toss and turn.
The mother may experience pain in the spine and pelvis, which is subject to increased pressure from both the child and the growing body weight. It happens that headaches or leg muscle cramps begin. Breathing is often difficult, shortness of breath appears, as the baby presses on the diaphragm. The intestines are displaced, which can lead to problems with emptying and heartburn.
You can get rid of pain and discomfort by lying on your side for a bit. Calcium carbonate and a balanced diet (if the cramps are caused by an excess of phosphorus and a lack of calcium) can help with leg cramps, but you should consult your doctor first. Special tightening tights and massage also help.
When resting, try to lift your feet on a stool or pillow. To prevent seizures, you can do the following exercise: stretch your leg, squeeze your toes, lift your foot up (repeat several times).
More serious problems include blood clots in the vessels. Symptoms are swelling of the legs, with simultaneous redness, burning of the affected area (it feels like a bruise or bruise).
Pregnancy often gives complications to the veins and blood vessels, most often due to a slowdown in blood flow. You should pay special attention to this problem if you had blood clots before pregnancy.
Thrombosis can be mild (superficial vein thrombosis) and severe (deep vein thrombosis). In the first case, it is enough to apply external ointments, wear tightening tights and keep the leg in a raised position. In the second case, serious treatment in a hospital and the use of special drugs that thin the blood are required. In any case, be sure to consult a doctor.
You endured two-thirds of your pregnancy. Until the long-awaited birth, there is only one third, about 13 weeks. A little more patience and everything will be over ... or rather, it will just begin.
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