Pregnancy Week 35 and Week 36

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For women who are 35 weeks pregnant, the road to their delivery will soon be ending. They can literally see the horizon. At this point, emotions are in high gear as they prepare for motherhood and the joy of holding their child for the first time. With so much behind them, there is only joy and expectation ahead. Women, who are 35 weeks pregnant or 36 weeks pregnant, have achieved a huge milestone. They have experienced the highs and lows of this process. Nausea and morning sickness are things of the past, and fortunately delivery is now the main show. Most women have hit a plateau, as far as weight gain is concerned and are now sailing smoothly.

At 35 weeks pregnant, however, women are still experiencing some form of mood changes. This is often related to their overwhelming desire to deliver their baby. Baby concerns are at the top of their list of worries, but this is a very natural occurrence.

Many expectant mothers are surprised to find out just how much progress their baby is making. The growth and development, he or she is experiencing is at its all time high. This baby is at the length of around twenty inches. It is stretching and growing preparing for its grand entrance into the world.

Things like suckle reflexes have been detected in babies in this age. Like most of the changes it undergoes, the baby also is being made ready for functioning outside of its mother’s womb. Anticipation increases as the two are getting closer and closer. Delivery is certainly imminent!

At 36 weeks pregnant mothers are becoming even more anxious to see their baby, it is necessary to note that few women deliver on time. In other words, they either experience labor before or after their due date. So if you’re 36 weeks pregnant and planning on that specific date, don’t be too let down if things unfold differently.

Most women, who are 36 weeks pregnant, are extremely concerned with the preparations for their new baby. They are shopping for baby clothes and diapers just like the baby has already arrived. This process may seem weird, but is entirely natural. Almost every pregnant woman will experience similar things at this stage.

Since labor is only weeks away, it is a good idea to get a balance of exercise along with relaxation. Exercise, even late in pregnancy has been known to greatly benefit the pushing process during labor. So taking a nice stroll, each day can do a lot of good. You’ll be strengthening, those all too important leg muscles.

Relaxation comes in handy for the delivery process, as well. Pregnant women who get the right amount of rest are also helped by simply relaxing. Having a habit of napping when you’re tired, allows you to not only refresh yourself, but also stockpile energy. It’s no secret that labor is especially demanding and should be prepared for the best way you can. Listening to your body is important. Get as much rest as you can!